The Mathematics of the Gods and the Algorithms of Men: A Cultural History by Paolo Zellini reviewed
What do we want? The common good! When do we want it? Now!
We desperately need new scripts, new stories that will provide a realistic, non-catastrophic sense of where we should be going
‘As if the virus had an intention, as if it was helping to create a new society’
The Meaning of Travel: Philosophers Abroad by Emily Thomas reviewed
Liberalism may be a doctrine to organize your society by; it is not a doctrine to live your life by
Are we entering a new era of political thought?
The revolution is complete. The old revolutionaries are now the establishment
Philosophy is ultimately about questioning orthodoxies and challenging taboos
Tributes from William Shawcross, Daniel Hannan, Jonathan Aitken, David Matthews and more
Dominic Green recalls his September 2018 conversation with the late philosopher
The philosopher died today aged 75
The neoreactionary blogger has resurfaced with a new essay
A new interpretation of the old impulse to tyranny
Philosopher of the Heart: The Restless Life of Søren Kierkegaard by Clare Carlisle reviewed
It’s all about the Walter Benjamins, baby...
The quality that counts in a president is whether he suits the needs of the country at a given moment
‘Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism,’ French president Emmanuel Macron said at last weekend’s Armistice Day ceremonies. ‘Nationalism is…
A very stupid outrage campaign is underway to stop the philosopher from taking an unpaid British government post