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Conversation, an elusive ideal
An invitation to a big, sustained conversation about art.
The religious atheist
The anti-religious atheist is the inspired prophet of a new religious movement.
Why can’t states ban violent video sales?
The United States Supreme Court has no doubt upset many parents with its majority decision against a California law which would have banned the sale or rental of ultra-violent video games to children (under-18s).
UK withdrawal of treatment case threatens disabled
Radio Four’s recent File on Four programme, ‘A Living Death’, featured four case histories of people with serious brain damage. They included Ian Wilson, an Aberdeen man in his 50s, who suffered a severe head injury in a road accident…
Control the marriage message
The movement to promote same-sex marriage has been very active and very successful. The movement to promote and protect traditional marriage laws has been very active, and seemingly less successful. What’s the truth?
An appeal to Generation Y
The rising generation's lack of interest in philosophy and history makes them vulnerable to the sophistry of same-sex marriage.
What to do about whining
A toddler’s whining may be the worst sound in the world if an experiment carried out by a team of American psychologists is anything to go by.
Busy schedule ahead
A fascinating and far-reaching discussion about the future of the family is about to kick off in Moscow.
And now there are six
With the passage of same-sex marriage in New York, there are six American states where it is legal. Is there a bright side?
Without a home, without a future
What torments refugees is not the living conditions but the endless waiting.
Drone warfare: the moral and legal cost
The increasing use of armed-drones to attack targets in Pakistan and Yemen raises profound legal and ethical questions.
Russian Duma welcomes delegates
“Dear Participants of the Moscow Demographic Summit: We welcome you with all our hearts, we wish success to the work of the Moscow Demographic Summit: Family and the Future of Humankind..."
Will British Medical Assoc spurn “bogus” commission on assisted dying?
Former Lord Chancellor Charles Falconer (pictured) appeared on the Radio Four Sunday programme this morning. His controversial ‘commission on assisted dying’ will begin to consider the ‘evidence’ it has gathered this coming Wednesday.
Boredom busters and brain boosters
Ten tips on how to keep your kids happily busy during the summer holiday.
There is no “Nordic model” of childcare
There is a Norwegian and a Finnish model offering a choice of daycare or a homecare allowance, and there is the Swedish model offering only daycare with no national homecare allowance.
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