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Dr Stephen Wigmore is a philosopher specialising in phenomenology, ethics and the history of ideas.
Is there such a thing as social neoconservatism?
The law, philosophy and words for male and female
The Fat Activism movement is risking lives by suppressing obesity research
Alexander Adams reviews Postcards from Africa: Photographs of the Colonial Era, by Christraud M. Geary
Corbyn knows the crowd-pleasers, but can he play to a wider audience?
Claudia Savage-Gore gives the seven-plus her best shot
Brigitte Macron agitated to be granted the title of Première Dame, hoping to emulate not Yvonne de Gaulle but Jackie Kennedy
An interesting new West End show about young millennials has echoes of far older classics