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The trial of Peter Boghossian | Coffee House
When James Lindsay, Peter Boghossian and I spent a year writing nonsense academic papers on topics such as ‘dog-park rape culture’ and ‘fat bodybuilding’ and… critical thinking, justified beliefs.
blog  magazine  politics  society  publishing  education  philosophy  epistemology  social  science  journal  research  spectator 
january 2019 by asaltydog
Jo Johnson: why I have resigned – and why we need a second referendum | Coffee House
Brexit has divided the country. It has divided political parties. And it has divided families too. Although I voted Remain, I have desperately wanted the…
blog  magazine  politics  democracy  referendum  customs  brexit  debate  comments  government  europe  elections  spectator 
november 2018 by asaltydog
Coffee House | Daily commentary on politics and current affairs
In-depth analysis of the day’s news, plus stories and gossip from Westminster.
blog  magazine  politics  society  business  news  comments  analysis  foreign  affairs  spectator 
september 2018 by asaltydog
How to do Paris with kids | Spectator Life
Travel pieces about Paris are always aimed at newly-loved-up 20-somethings – but what about families? How can you and your kids get the best out of the French…
magazine  travel  guide  children  paris  france  spectator 
august 2017 by asaltydog
Tailored suits: the ultimate buyer’s guide | Spectator Life
Savile Row is not the only place to buy bespoke – our guide offers everything you need to know about splashing out on a tailored suit.
magazine  clothes  fashion  design  lifestyle  guide  bespoke  tailors  spectator  mayfair  westminster  london 
august 2017 by asaltydog
Moths vs the middle classes | The Spectator
Moths vs the middle classes on The Spectator | It’s not the free movement of people I spend my nights fretting about; it’s the free movement of pests. It’s…
magazine  clothes  wildlife  biology  control  entomology  lepidoptera  moths  pheromones  chemistry  toxicology  spectator 
may 2017 by asaltydog
Why Pakistan’s most successful businesswoman should be celebrated
Pakistan society intended Seema Aziz to be a wife and mother. Her father arranged for her to get married at a young age, and by her early thirties she had a…
magazine  business  education  school  children  women  society  pakistan  spectator 
october 2016 by asaltydog
The Spectator » The oldest continuously published magazine in the English language
The Spectator is a weekly British magazine on politics, culture, and current affairs. It was first published in July 1828. It is owned by David and Frederick Barclay who also own The Daily Telegraph newspaper, via Press Holdings. Its principal subject areas are politics and culture. Its editorial outlook is generally supportive of the Conservative Party
magazine  british  politics  news  culture  review  comments  spectator  conservative  newspaper 
february 2013 by asaltydog

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