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Authoritarianism is a trait generally thought to belong to those on the right, but a new study claims the personality type can also be found on the left.
The philosopher’s distinction between work and labour should guide our attempts to build a better society.
The Dutch historian discusses the political consequences of Covid-19 and his new book Humankind: A Hopeful History.
We are using the language of conflict to talk about the current pandemic. There are many parallels, but the comparison is not exact.
From anti-Semitic hysteria during the Black Death to the recent burning of 5G masts, epidemic diseases are breeding grounds for misinformation and persecution.
The Podemos leader and Spanish deputy prime minister outlines the government's radical proposal to support living standards.
Rather than a burden, the welfare system is a form of collective insurance against life’s hazards.
In political and media circles, an array of thinkers – national conservatives, integralists, traditionalists, and post-liberals – are crossing ideological boundaries.
The pandemic is showing the value of caution as a guiding influence in government.
EU leaders must embrace the call for solidarity and hold their nerve – the risks of inaction are greatest.
The same divisions of opinion that played such a fateful role in Hamburg in 1892 are with us today.