Being a real man used to be about courage, grit, and determination. But in a metrosexual age of empathy and softness the story is getting blurred. Is the 'real man' a fantasy we should be pleased to see relegated to history along with Marlboro ads, or are these qualities that women still want and society needs?
Philosopher whose books including Bad Thoughts dissect flawed reasoning. He has written for the Times and was a lecturer in philosophy at Cambridge.