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The “War on Drugs” has failed. It’s time that governments, not gangsters, run the drug market.
By recognising that public debt doesn't matter, and abandoning work incentives as a design principle, the stimulus amounts to a significant break with neoliberalism.
Religion is not a scientific hypothesis, and the idea of God is transcendent in a way that precludes appeals to empirical evidence.
The emotive reaction that liberals have over "fake news" is uncannily similar to the delusions they rail against.
The seasonal symbolism of the government’s unlocking plans allows it to conceal the politics of its decision-making behind the rhythms of the natural world.
A commitment to truth requires accepting limitations on our beliefs and actions, but it is also a precondition for engaging with the world rather than retreating from it.
We should re-imagine work and society based on the extension of democracy into the economy.
To acknowledge the labour of mothering we must understand it is as a social and historical construction, one that is contingent and shaped by politics.
The British writer and critic discusses his new book Red Metropolis and the future of the urban left.
Contemporary Keynesianism would not be content with managing aggregate demand, but would address itself to the systemic crisis threatening civilisation: climate change.
Liberalism permits different ways of living, but such permissiveness is still predicated on universal moral truths.