Andrew Brown / May 11, 2017
Has the Church of England really "climbed down from years of political radicalism"?
The great philosopher's academic courses "were genuine, live conversations in which everything was always on the line"
Democracy requires broad coalitions of interests among people who differ
Robert Neild / April 27, 2017
Through evolutionary selection we have inherited instincts to fear and hate—and also to cooperate within a group. The sooner we start admitting to this, the better
Roman Krznaric / April 27, 2017
The ancient Roman ideal has been hijacked
Zaheer Kazmi / April 11, 2017
Since 9/11, there has been a shift from catching terrorists to policing Muslims
Alex Dean / March 6, 2017
Most academic philosophy today "is not worth my effort"
No—they bypass the procedures designed to optimise decision-making
Neal Lawson / January 21, 2017
The Polish sociologist, who has died aged 91, was best known for his idea of "liquid modernity"