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A 13-year-old father? A woman with 14 IVF children? We can’t say we were not warned.
The untimely death of Francesca Pompilia
A late seventeenth century case may mark a turning point in the West’s attitude to honour killings.
Beware of twisted ideas of freedom
A leading American bioethicist argues that ethics without some constraints is merely moral delinquency.
Gaza: the “new war”
What Gaza needs is a shift in international
policy from concern with Israeli state security to concern about the human
security of both Israelis and Palestinians.
The game changer
With America hurting, and so much of the world hurting with it, we can only hope the new president uses his appeal to break new ground.
University life has turned toxic when unpopular opinions are reviled, stigmatised and silenced, writes a leading ethicist.
Lies, damn lies and spin
If only journalists were less gullible. If only scientists were more honest.
How Obama could defuse the culture war
It is possible to shape social change. Will the new president try?
Big hit beats global warming
Global warming is for sissies. Here's a macho problem for dedicated environmentalists.
Heroes: History’s Greatest Men and Women
A short list which includes Elvis and Casanova along with Napoleon and Confucius seems rather eccentric.
Why women love shopping, and other myths
Why does social neuroscience only tell us what what popular culture believes?
Slow down, America
A quick word on bailouts from a man at rest.
Society and artificial reproduction
Should the state assist with conception where it would not approve an adoption?
Leaving the kids to the village idiot
Want to try something counter-cultural, try avoiding the TV.
Career choice: spouse first
| 14 February 2009 |
Mr Right is unlikely to just turn up while a girl is getting on with her own life.
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