An inspiration to movements for justice around the world, Gandhi formed his ideas amid the turmoil of the British Empire.
Its pretensions to a "scientific" experiment long since forgotten, Big Brother shows us how trapped we are in celebrity culture.
It's time to stop adopting an endless stream of top-down, homogeneous solutions. Could micro-universities be the answer?
From the intellectual hotbed of late antiquity emerged some key Christian values – and some humanist ones too.
Europe’s failure to accommodate the refugees on its doorstep is more than a humanitarian crisis – it has disturbing historical roots.
Michael Rosen's column on language and its uses.
Laurie Taylor remembers a friend with a penchant for psychotherapy.
A Q&A with Mary Beard.
New books by Richard Dawkins and AC Grayling explore science and philosophy in different ways.
Chemistry, Biology, Physics: Three scientists talk through big recent developments in their fields.
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