No ring, no baby
How marriage trends impact fertility.
Children recover stolen jewels
Jack and Gwen need to prove their innocence by finding the real perpetrator.
Mythbusting Ancient Rome – did all roads actually lead there?
The power of pavement
Compelled speech: Can government force bakers and pregnancy centres to ‘speak’ against their beliefs?
Anticipating Kennedy's reaction...
Wrong man, right woman?
Who benefits from destabilising marriages?
Toys R Us blames birth rate for business failure
Will it be the first of many?
Stephen Hawking: looking back on a colleague’s spectacular success against all odds
His life was a manifestation of amazing willpower - and technology.
Enlightenment and progress: why Steven Pinker is wrong
An important book, despite historical and philosophical weakness.
The Polish fertility rise
A success or an expensive flash in the pan?
The challenge of the alt-right
The white poor must no longer be excluded from the list of oppressed minorities.
The romance of ordinary marriage
Lifelong marriage is an act of defiance against all of the difficulties of life, from the catastrophic to the mundane.
Oxford 'feminises' philosophy
Reading lists should feature at least 40% women thinkers
Jordan Peterson’s thoughts on motherhood
What he has to say may surprise you.
The unfilmable ‘Blood Meridian’
Is Cormac McCarthy's violent judge a gnostic figure?
Making porn respectable
While censorship is still on the political agenda, porn is being analysed in class.
Outbreak: the explosion of transgender teens
A psychotherapist asks why the phenomenon has spread so rapidly
Beauty and the Beast – a message of hope for downtrodden men
Every man and woman can make themselves worthy of another.
Canada’s government tells mothers: get to work!
The federal budget renders men invisible, and does women no favours either.
On what is wrong in itself
No one and nothing can change the metaphysical structure of reality
Why don’t Europeans have as many children as they would like?
Douglas Murray discusses this question.
Searching souls with brain imaging
If technology can predict a criminal's likely future, what should we do?
Has North American journalism gone undercover?
If traditional media were doing their job, few people would have heard of James O'Keefe.
Get it off your chest here
We want to hear from you.
From Amazon to Ebay: the dark side of e-commerce giants
Our purchasing decisions have become more ethically demanding.
Jane Austen and the power of the marriage plot
Why her heroines would not be saying 'Me too'.