Recently Simon Blackburn, the well known British philosopher, reviewed "Knowing Right from Wrong," the new book by Kieran Setiya, in the TLS
No Gibraltarian, and come to that anybody living in the real world, will believe the confrontations at sea last week over the reef laying and the six hour car queues to leave Gibraltar at the weekend were anything but linked, writes David Eade.
George Tait Edwards explains how the writings of economist Kenneth Kurihara serve as the gateway to understanding Shimomuran high-growth economics
If education served to empower people, they would be taught how to live off the land, how to clean, how to talk to other people and how to pursue their own interests
On 12th May, I re-joined the Fabian Society and the Christian Socialist Movement, writes David Lindsay
Thomas Riggins discusses Marx's 1844 article on Hegel's philosophy of law
The United Nations recently warned that the ongoing turmoil inside Syria and Iraq has formed a situation where "the battlefields are merging" into one, writes Hussein Al-Alak
A Martian landed in the woods near Thomas Hardy's Cottage...
Patrizia Bertini interviews Canadian film director Jean-Philippe Tremblay using the Lego Serious Play (LSP) method
Thomas Riggins analyses Chapter Two; Sections Five and Six of Lenin's Materialism and Empiro-criticism