2 February, 2015

Matilda Bathurst

Gropes And Pokes

Matilda Bathurst explores a cultural history of touch


Haiya Sarwar

Diagnosing The Sad Girl

Haiya Sarwar on a postmodern tragedy, and the tragedy of postmodernity


Edward Hicks

In Praise Of Prejudice

Edward Hicks argues that Edmund Burke's thought remains as relevant as ever


Gabriel Roberts

Is Nothing Sacred?

Gabriel Roberts is unconvinced by Roger Scruton's search for the transcendent


Joel Krupa

The End Of The (Assembly) Line?

Joel Krupa considers the case for a manufacturing renaissance


19 January, 2015

Fergus McGhee

Metaphors Behaving Badly

Fergus McGhee enjoys a learned and provocative account of metaphor that speaks up for extravagance


Hugh Burling

A Knack for Profundity?

Hugh Burling has little faith in a study of belief that is beset by ambiguity


Emily Anderson

The Meaning Of War

Emily Anderson considers an ambitious but problematic account of the literary representation of war


Kanta Dihal

Mind Over Mathematics

Kanta Dihal considers an unusual memoir that demystifies physics


Ramin Nassehi

GDP Fetishism

Ramin Nassehi on the use and abuse of the ubiquitous economic indicator