Why is life treated as less valuable than the depiction of life?
Almost everyone in public life participates in the assault on truth.
How the counterculture fell prey to the far-right’s conspiracy theories.
The Science Museum’s new exhibition on climate breakdown is funded by an oil company. What could possibly go wrong?
All over the world, mutual aid groups have blossomed where governments have failed, as people support each other through the pandemic.
Our toxic political system produces toxic leaders. We should design a system that rewards kindness and honesty.
Fearful masculinity harms both men and women. There are better ways of growing up.
Steven Pinker claims to champion Enlightenment values. But his latest book is an affront to them
An astonishing new field of enquiry explores the deep changes that could avert a planetary disaster
The Lake District’s world heritage status reveals a widespread betrayal of the living world, by both conservation groups and the UN
Unesco’s tragicomic aversion to public engagement.
For some of those immersed in virtual worlds, everything loses its meaning – even racism and fascism.
This is how to stop demagogues and extremists: rebuild community.
Celebrity is not harmless fun – it’s the lieutenant of exploitation.
Only by crossing social boundaries and coming together can we resist the forces that threaten to crush us.
Donald Trump is not an outlier, but the distillation of our dominant values
Why should plagues of mental illness surprise us, in a world being ripped apart?
Is music an answer to the epidemic of loneliness?
An ability to contest the circumstances of our birth is an essential element of our humanity.
Fascinating new lines of research suggest that we are good people, tolerating bad things.