September 13, 2023
Truth: an endangered species?
What happened to truth in the age of misinformation
Are refugees the crisis? Or is it the stories we tell about them?
The global refugee crisis shows no signs of abating in the coming years and decades - conflicts and climate change…
Ashes to ashes: Why we yearn for moments that matter
Every test cricket series between England and Australia is keenly anticipated by both sides. Offer an English captain the choice…
April 5, 2023
Resurrection, relationships, and “the good life”
What makes a good life? Some will tell you it consists of career fulfilment and purpose, while others may endorse…
April 3, 2023
Are we looking at our phones more than each other?
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the first hand-held mobile phone. It’s hard to quantify the changes that have…
March 24, 2023
All at Once: Everything and Everywhere
Everything Everywhere All at Once swept the floor at this year’s Academy Awards, winning a staggering seven Oscars and claiming…
Who needs church when we’ve got ‘AI Jesus’?
Historical Figures uses advanced A.I. technology to allow users to have conversations with over 20,000 influential people from the past.
January 18, 2023
Andrew Tate and the search for meaning
Since Andrew Tate was arrested in Romania, there’s been a deluge of articles trying to make sense of his influence.…
January 4, 2023
What do our New Year’s resolutions say about us?
As we look back on 2022, many of us will be resolving to positively reshape our lives in 2023. The…
December 12, 2022
‘Goblin Mode’ and ‘Metaverse’: How have Oxford’s Words of the Year defined 2022?
Spent much time in the metaverse lately? Or perhaps you’ve been in goblin mode? However you’ve whiled away 2022, it’s…