Cries of censorship followed reports that London students were demanding white philosophers be dropped from the curriculum. But there was more to the story.
Out now - a special edition on democracy and its discontents.
The best long-reads from the New Humanist this month.
Derrida’s famously difficult thought is often dismissed as “post-modern” nonsense. Is there more to it than might first appear?
Michael Rosen's column on language and its uses
Although they worked within a religious framework, many philosophers in the Islamic world were pioneers of rational thought.
Grieving online, the myth of human nature, and the mirage of big data: our top 10 long-reads.
Our pick of the books we wrote about this year.
Danger in the deep; Zionism, anti-Semitism and the left; what's the meaning of modesty; Derrida vs the rationalists; and more...
A Q&A with Cherian George, author of Hate Spin: The Manufacture of Religious Offense and its Threat to Democracy
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