Interesting Things 19/02/2018

A miscellany of links I found interesting recently: (This will be the last of these posts – they are getting too unwieldy. Maybe in future I’ll just tweet the links each day as I find them, or something.) [Edit: I’ve changed my mind about this being the last of these. There will be more –Continue reading “Interesting Things 19/02/2018”

Interesting Things 12/02/2018

  A miscellany of links I found interesting recently: Primate Politics Analysis – Professor James Tilley finds out what we can learn about politics from the power struggles within chimpanzee groups and how our evolutionary past may affect the political decisions that we make today: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09cympw No, Postmodernism is Not Dead (and Other Misconceptions): https://areomagazine.com/2018/02/07/no-postmodernism-is-not-dead-and-other-misconceptions/Continue reading “Interesting Things 12/02/2018”

Interesting Things 13/11/2017

A miscellany of links I found interesting recently: There are quite a few this week too, possibly because I’ve decided to change the day I put this out, which will also change for next week, I think. Again, it is dominated by the stuff in the week’s news cycle. A podcast interview on the futureContinue reading “Interesting Things 13/11/2017”

Interesting Things 03/11/2017

A miscellany of links I found interesting recently: (As this is the first post in a (possible) new weekly series, there are quite a few of them this time.) On the idiocy of ‘banning’ one of the greatest books of the 20th Century. ‘What’s really ‘disturbing’ of course, are the implications of suppressing a masterpieceContinue reading “Interesting Things 03/11/2017”

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