As an authority against authoritarianism, liberalism is undergoing a renaissance in Iran, and reflecting back to the West its radical roots. [more]
Food adverts emphasise what we eat and drink – whether it’s organic, local, or healthy – but who we eat and drink with is perhaps the most significant choice of all. [more]
If a zero price really is “the future of business”, then now might be the time to appreciate what is culturally and ethically important about money. [more]
It is a curious fact that British law is presently designed to criminalise the diligence and dedication of those individuals who most obviously wish to work in its economy.
The danger of cognitive enhancers is that they encourage a yearning for academic gold, whilst downplaying the value of ‘training’ and its lasting effects. [more]
I have the distinct feeling that people do not buy Coulter’s creed-screeds and speed-reads in order to enhance their knowledge of history or their command of syllogism. [more]
The word ‘myth’ is usually used to evoke a dead religion (the Greeks’ Olympians, the Norse pantheon) but it is also applied rather heedlessly to the sacred stories of peoples who are still unconsciously counted as primitive, and unadulteratedly ancient. [more]
I had approached Zidane with some trepidation, as I didn’t expect to be much bothered about a real-time replay of the match between Real Madrid and Villarreal on 23rd April 2005. How wrong I was. [more]
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