The author of Leviathan was never interested in freedom or democracy as ends in themselves. There was always a strain of despotism in Enlightenment thinking.
For too long female sexuality has been defined by men. It’s time for its story to be told.
Ed Smith's "Left Field" column.
How the far right gained a foothold in England – and how the political establishment failed to stop them.
From £2.7m for Serco to £750,000 to the Duke of Westminster, an NS investigation shows just how much our biggest landowners receive each year in state handouts.
Colin MacCabe reviews "Joseph Anton: a Memoir".
Ryszard Kapuscinski: a Life – review.
"The End of the Chinese Dream: Why Chinese People Fear the Future" and "Scattered Sand: the Story of China’s Rural Migrants" reviewed.
Telegraph Avenue - review.
The Books Interview.
Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense - review.
The Secret Race: Inside the Hidden World of the Tour de France – review.
Should I go to the party? Should I?
Will Self's "Real Meal" column.
Ideal for autumn, the season of mists...
Interviews should never be between friends.
Ryan Gilbey is stunned by the lack of subtlety in a message-heavy drugs tale.
A winning combination of arrogance and slur.
These poor bored footballers, paid so much to do so little.
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