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The growing divisions between Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook could transform our relationship with technology.
A new US military report into UFO sightings presents compelling evidence. But of what kind of life form, if any?
The point about Dylan’s voice is that it is his voice and that his lyrics are written for that voice.
How the maverick US academic took on Silicon Valley.
How driverless cars curtail our joy and autonomy to serve Silicon Valley’s voracious surveillance capitalism.
Like ants, humans have warlike tendencies and colonial ambition. But our capacity to accept others sets us apart.
Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen made giving fashionable – but not all their fellow tech entrepreneurs share the same high moral purpose.
Derek Parfit was one of the world’s most influential moral philosophers. He also took photographs, of the same places, over and over again. What was he searching for?
Pessimism gets a bad press, but compulsory positive thinking can be brutally enforced.
Sam Delaney’s Mad Men and Bad Men: What Happened when British Politics Met Advertising captures forty years of politics – through posters.