25 November, 2013
Fergus McGhee finds that though Reza Aslan has produced a necessary counter history, he underestimates the power of Jesus' non-violence.
Rachel Bowlby's exploration of changing conceptions of parenthood results in a convincing, if not entirely cohesive argument, finds Eleanor Hamblen.
Chris Green reflects on the evolving role of the public intellectual and his most recent, and most hefty, philosophical contribution.
Clare Pollard entwines her own poetic voice with that of Ovid's in this new translations of love letters from mythological women, writes Helena Taylor.
Inwood and Woolf's new translation reclaims and gives voice to an under-read, but important, Aristotelian text, argues Nakul Krishna.