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Political Correctness Gone Mad?

Political Correctness Gone Mad?

by Stephen Fry, Jordan Peterson, Michael Eric Dyson and Michelle Goldberg

‘Without free speech there is no true thought.’ –Jordan Peterson ‘You’re telling me I’m being sensitive, and students looking for safe spaces that they’re being hypersensitive. If you’re white, this country is one giant safe space.’ –Michael Eric Dyson Is political correctness an enemy of free speech, open debate and the free exchange of ideas? […]

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Digital Minimalism: How to Digital Detox & Declutter Your Online Life

Digital Minimalism: How to Digital Detox & Declutter Your Online Life

by Cal Newport

A new strategy to increase productivity, focus, happiness and creativity through a mindful use of digital technology from computer science professor. Most of us know that addiction to digital tools is costing us both productivity and peace. But giving them up completely isn’t realistic. We’re addicted to texting, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter not because we’re […]

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The Four Horsemen: The Discussion That Sparked an Atheist Revolution

The Four Horsemen: The Discussion That Sparked an Atheist Revolution

by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel C. Dennett and Christopher Hitchens

Known as the ‘four horsemen’ of New Atheism, these four big thinkers of the twenty-first century met only once. Their electrifying examination of ideas on this remarkable occasion was intense and wide-ranging. Everything that was said as they agreed and disagreed with one another, interrogated ideas and exchanged insights – about religion and atheism, science […]

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Present Tense: A Radiohead Compendium

Present Tense: A Radiohead Compendium

by Barney Hoskyns

For over 25 years, Radiohead have been the most radical and fascinating rock band in the world. Fearless in their desire to change and shape-shift, the Oxfordshire quintet has – through the nine studio albums from 1993’s Pablo Honey to 2016’s A Moon-Shaped Pool – consistently stretched the boundaries of what ‘rock’ means and does. […]

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