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02 May 2016
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29 April 2016
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NEWSLETTER 20160428

28 April 2016
The right to privacy as non-intrusion by government has been replaced by a right to have the government facilitate one’s project of self-definition, argues William C. Duncan.

NEWSLETTER 20160427

27 April 2016
Prince and Elton John

NEWSLETTER 20160426

26 April 2016
Celebrating the Bard

NEWSLETTER 20160422

22 April 2016
To understand the Trump phenomenon, says Carson Holloway, we need to get out of our own ideological bubble. What better way than through the mind of Aristotle?

NEWSLETTER 20160421

21 April 2016
You could do a lot worse than spend half an hour listening to American social critic Camille Paglia, Carolyn Moynihan finds.

NEWSLETTER 20160420

20 April 2016
Our choice of the top ten books about heroes and heroines of conscience, submitted by readers, is published today.

NEWSLETTER 20160419

19 April 2016
The unprecedented, global attention generated by the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death highlights the fact that attempts to bury the Bard have utterly failed.

NEWSLETTER 20160418

18 April 2016
Today we begin a series of four articles by Denyse O'Leary surveying the current 'mindfulness' scene. Some important questions arise.

NEWSLETTER 20160415

15 April 2016
Courage under fire

NEWSLETTER 20160414

14 April 2016
We tip our hats today to the event that literally cleared the ground for modern Ireland, with an essay on the Easter Rising by Rowan Light.

NEWSLETTER 20160414

14 April 2016
HRGRG

NEWSLETTER 20160413

13 April 2016
America's Common Core

NEWSLETTER 20160412

12 April 2016
Canadian consciences



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