Ian Kershaw’s Hitler, 1889-1936: Hubris reminds us of the vital importance of defending democracy.
Lauren Bastide on the burqa, Le Pen and being a French feminist.
Mick Hume on some ideas behind his new book, out now.
He’s fragile. He needs affirmation. He exploits intimacy. And he’s in a relationship with me.
Julian Baggini on constraint and choice.
Must-reads from the past week
Psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz on how we lose and find ourselves.
Cordelia Fine’s excellent new book takes apart the idea that male and female behaviours are determined by evolution.
Behavioural economics adds a pseudo-scientific sheen to anti-democracy.
Ralph Fevre’s latest explores the future of work and politics.
Rejecting our common inheritance has dire consequences for the future.