16 March, 2015

Mark Byers

Mauvais Livres

Mark Byers enjoys a colourful study of literary censorship, and asks what it means today


Karthick Manoharan

Embrace the Apocalypse

Karthick Manoharan on why the Left needs Žižek's inconvenient truths


Kristin Grogan

An Interview with Jenny Lewis

Kristin Grogan speaks to the poet about writing, war, and the Epic of Gilgamesh


Laura Ludtke

Radical Interruption

Laura Ludtke considers capitalism and the ends of sleep


Dominic Davies

If Only Your Fingerprint Wasn’t Unique

Dominic Davies reflects on the troubling history of biometrics


2 March, 2015

Alec Siantonas

In Praise of Emptiness

Alec Siantonas challenges a critique of analytic philosophy


Sanders Bernstein

Smudging the Sunset

Sanders Bernstein counts the cost of Meghan Daum's crusade against sentimentality


Edward Hicks

The Other Home Front

Edward Hicks explores life in Britain during the Napoleonic Wars


Gabriel Roberts

Situated Judgement

Gabriel Roberts considers the place of prejudice


Kanta Dihal

Must Everything Really Die?

Kanta Dihal enjoys an anthology of bad ideas