Orwell, Woolf and Priestley can inform today’s debate
Tasha Kleeman / January 6, 2020
The election may be over, but recent attacks show that the battle around anti-Semitism from all sides of the political spectrum must continue
Daniel Callcut / January 3, 2020
What chance of a better future if we fail to maintain spaces where radical disagreement can be explored?
Jamie Milton Freestone / January 2, 2020
The celebrated scientist talks attention, awareness, and the reception to his work
He is the inspiration for the stupidity of modern politics
Contrary to received wisdom his later work was of immense value
Jessica Abrahams / December 27, 2019
A question of judgment—and self-preservation
Nietzsche spent the final days of 1870 with Richard and Cosima, revelling in the unmatched philosophical discussion. But his love for them could not last
Stephen Asma, an agnostic, argues powerfully that religion is natural and beneficial. Is it such a leap to believe that it is grounded in truth?
Ella Risbridger / November 14, 2019
Autumn is darkness, and all the roaring fires and dancing candle-flames and copper-strung fairy-lights are only here to fight it back a little