Reliance on British values is that rare combination of nationalistic and cowardly, a petty patriotism which risks making the world less safe.
Author Dan Fisher
Calls for Basic Income reflect an unspoken understanding of a new fundamental human right – the ‘Domain’. Can we merge the effective and the moral?
In a move that has earned praise from human rights activists, courts have struck down a law imposing a religious identity upon citizens of Indonesia. A…
Can Metamodernism, based in the exchange and continual revision of ideas, offer an alternative to the cultural problems of postmodernism and relativism?
The Jewish Leadership Council demanded that Harriet Harman apologise for repeating an antisemitic joke as an example of objectionable humour live on air.
‘Very Important Pedocriminal’ was the slogan painted on one protester’s back at the museum of cinema, Cinémathèque Française, as the venue attempted to host a retrospective…
Postmodernism may have been championed with the best of intentions, but its vision of human society ended up corroding the universality of the left’s appeal