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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist Majoritarian State: How Hindu Nationalism Is Changing India (Hurst ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist The statue of the suffragist Millicent Fawcett, in London’s ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist In 1978 David Goodman, a writer for The Futurist magazine, ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist When it comes to the march of the machines, it can often seem as ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger (Simon & ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist The Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome co-hosts a “Cultures ..read more
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Eighty years ago, in the summer of 1939, Oxford University Press published An Autobiography by R.G. Collingwood. It was a modest-looking ..read more
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Attacks on science have become commonplace - from climate change denial to anti-vaccination movements.Defenders of science often point to ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist The first job I had that was not paid by the hour was in Derry. It ..read more
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This article is a preview from the Autumn 2019 edition of New Humanist I am standing high on one of the pillars of silence – the ..read more

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