Life & The Living
Is radical action needed?
Overcoming the limits of being human
The values at the heart of this complex movement
The unreasonable flaws in the movement’s big claims
The genetic revolution is finally here
The implications of an uncertain boundary
Culture & Sexuality
The danger of group-think academics
Reasserting the language of feminism
Are big profits driving trans activism?
Liberating female sexuality
Netflix’s drama Sex Education is a model for what schools should be teaching
The Impossible Search For Sexual Morality
Art & Aesthetics
Aesthetics, politics and subjective experience
The ontology of NFT Art
The art world has become ‘part of the problem’, but the next generation of collectors won’t stand for it
How our clothes shape our selves
Pete Shelley of Buzzcocks's music was an existential project centred around authenticity
Mixing sci-fi, magic and non-Western beliefs, Afrofuturism frees individuals
Art, obsession and intimacy, according to the psychoanalyst D. W. Winnicott
Why do audiences crave horror?
Narrative & Reality
Metaphysics manifested in art
The real muddle of autobiography
The virtue of doing not very much
The dreadful allure of Edgar Allan
Living through a real life drama
Sharing realities through lyrical language
Philip Goff on how Pullman preempted panpsychism.
Nonsense poetry reveals irrationality in reason.
Bad sex scene awards offer no insight on good sex.