Love died; but who killed sex?
Why are so many Millennials celibate?
Aquinas looks at bitcoin
Is there anything intrinsically wrong with cryptocurrency?
Half the world’s countries are not reproducing themselves
A "huge surprise" for researchers!
Blasphemy law is repealed in Ireland, enforced in Pakistan – and a problem in many countries
The resurgence of blasphemy in the secular state.
We’re getting bigger
But is this really a bad thing?
Is the university a safe space for rational argument?
If a university stands for anything, surely it stands for the idea of truth.
American eugenics is targeting Down syndrome kids
They are considered to be a public health problem and unwarranted financial drain on society
Wife critical of journalist husband’s trip to Swiss suicide clinic
‘His death feels unresolved’
Disney’s Nutcracker: the latest movie to explore the dark side of fairy tales
'Darker' fairy tales can still enchant and console.
The effects of childlessness on the elderly
The number of children that will make you happiest.
The wealth of nations begins at home
The savings rate is nearly double in countries with the most two-parent families.
World War I: is it right to blame the Treaty of Versailles for the rise of Hitler?
A multiplicity of other elements were also involved.
Celebrants of death at the Cenotaph
Why would humanists be represented at the National Remembrance Day Service?
The gender identity phantom
Medical treatment for gender change is dangerous and unscientific, says an endocrinologist
Have children? Here, have some rural land!
Says Italian government.
Dutchman, 69, wants to turn back the clock on his age
'Young god' claims that he is a victim of trans-ageist discrimination
100 years since the WWI Armistice, Remembrance Day reminds us of the cost of war
The notion of sacrifice became central, but contested.
Living with morals: a review of The Fall of Gondolin
The beginning and end of Tolkien's literary world.
The Canadian euthanasia express rolls on
The right to life can be flipped into a right to die
The Google walkout: not a strike, but…
A new kind of union may be on the way.
Donald Trump: international man of mystery
It’s clear from the 2018 midterms that Trump’s unique appeal has not faded
Character may be destiny, personality isn’t
The substitution of diagnosis for argument is one of the great fallacies of our time
Are the wheels falling off the transgender juggernaut?
In a surprising move, 'The Economist' expresses grave reservations
Britannia calls her loyal subjects to her side
To fill recruitment holes in her armed services.
The ultimate parenting app: talking to your kids
Talking to kids, explaining life’s events, helps them go beyond their immediate experiences of pain and pleasure