Science

Banging on about “the methods of science” is not a good argument

New scientific studies have captured a different, broader picture – not a selection of details in high-resolution that grab headlines

The Michael Dummett vs Antony Flew debate: What comes first, the cause or the effect?

Why are more and more women are opting to freeze their eggs as a form of fertility insurance policy?

We are regularly told that Britain is on the brink of crises, but where is the evidence to support this?

The Government’s coronavirus strategy is all about protecting the Conservative Party brand with an eye on the next General Election

Bernd Fischer and the need for precision

Beckett, Camus and Monod arrived by different roads at the same destination thanks to their common experience of fighting injustice

The real moral danger of ‘artificial intelligence’ is not what you think it is

Far from following the science, the government turned its back on all available data