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Dr Stephen Wigmore is a philosopher specialising in phenomenology, ethics and the history of ideas.
Hard problems don’t make behavioural science a hard science
Is there such a thing as social neoconservatism?
The law, philosophy and words for male and female
The Chancellor’s rash splurge on infrastructure is a worrying sign that Britain’s economic policy is heading in the wrong direction
Sturgeon’s IndyRef gamble will play into Johnson’s hands
The endless expansion of the University is unsustainable
Tibor Fischer reviews Consider This by Chuck Palahniuk
Reflecting on a life in a British university
Neither Roy Jenkins nor Enoch Powell became prime minister, but they are our two most influential postwar politicians