Magazine

Immanuel Kant is often misunderstood — and he is partly to blame. But what he has to say is well worth thinking about

An awful lot of advertising is graceless and uninviting. But very occasionally an advert has the cheek to be enjoyable and funny

With comedians coming under pressure to only perform ideologically pure material, can comedy and satire survive?

Can the Recherche be adapted and remain Proust? And should it really be seen as therapy?

The UK remains surprisingly reluctant to dig deep into the patterns shaping Russia’s view of the world

The short life of the mathematician and philosopher continues to have a profound impact

Modern politicians can learn from the Renaissance

Linguistic revisionism leads to rapid substitution of meaning: words are deployed as weapons to shut down independent thought

Xi’s revolution in values and education is a tool for totalitarianism