Matt Turner considers the relation between art forms, ethics, cruelty and freedom.
Karen Cheung offers a journalists perspective and personal reflection on the recent political crises in Hong Kong.
Edwin Montoya Zorrilla discusses the G20 protests, George Romero’s zombies and the question of innocence in the age of police brutality.
Frank G Karioris on the latest by Milan Kundera and how it can help rehabilitate the Left today.
What is wrong with the Universal Basic Income? What should we learn from the Unabomber today? Who are a politics of ‘progress’ serving now?
Adam Steiner discusses his contribution to a new guide to the Snap Election, considering the political and philosophical importance of the NHS.
Chinese and Western mobile innovations offer new possibilities for state and corporate control of the populace and show that from a certain psychoanalytic perspective, some our consciousness is already uploaded.
Łukasz Muniowski discusses Niki Caro’s ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife,’ considering the ethics of caring for animals and/or humans in wartime and the pre-history of animal studies.