30 October, 2012
Contributor: Alexander Barker
4 June, 2012
Terry Eagleton discusses religion, identity, the state of literary criticism, and the current revival of leftist discourse.
7 May, 2012
Rob Coley and Dean Lockwood's Cloud Time is a Zizekian rhapsody that is strong on style but hazy on ideas for resisting "cloud capitalism".
26 March, 2012
Giorgio Agamben's The Kingdom and the Glory argues for the continuing relevance of medieval conceptions of the state.
17 October, 2011
John Mearsheimer's Why Leaders Lie attempts to account for the habit among politicians to lie to their constituents.
2 May, 2011
Ferguson deplores waning Western self-confidence and counsels engaging children with the brushstrokes of history.
14 March, 2011
Director Ken Loach speaks about the film industry, British politics, and his new film, Route Irish.
7 February, 2011
New technologies' influence on our minds
17 January, 2011
Mary Midgley's The Solitary Self shows that the interactions of genes need not be described as selfish.
10 May, 2010
Why the British Election Didn't Take Place