Across the Middle East, governments are cracking down on non-belief. But Arab atheists are becoming more visible
A new book explores the places where popular culture is still a counter-culture.
A new book by Michael Rosen and Annemarie Young, aimed at schools, is genuinely groundbreaking.
A new book brings sensitivity and empathy to an intensely polarised debate.
A new report by Oxfam heralds a sea change in attitudes towards inequality.
Philosophers and scientists have long agonised over the question of free will. Two new books, by Julian Baggini and John Gray, offer some very different answers.
Laurie Taylor remembers his father, whose atheism was a much a part of his person as his backbone.
The principle has been greatly tarnished in recent years. In an unstable world, does it have a future?
One reason people leave religions behind is to escape the rules they impose on daily life. But does humanism have its own codes?
Crystals as big as cities and a sea of liquid metal are just some of the wonders you would see.
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