First here’s Simon Oxenham on Why the widespread belief in ‘learning styles’ isn’t just wrong but dangerous.
Next, Tom Healy suggests that Irish trade unionists need to debate and consider a coherent approach to economic and social progress here.
Damien Searls asks here how do you define “poetry”?
In one of the most affecting pieces I’ve read in a long time, Emily Adler writes abou her father, the philosopher.
Here’s Harry Fletcher-Wood on how historical knowledge is crucial.
Oliver Farry writes on the difficulty of bringing Stalin, Hitler and Ceauşescu to the screen, here.
And the archive on previous posts is here