Monthly Archives: March 2018

Thankfully, there’s always Easter

Sometimes, it is simply a relief to discover articles embodying the current penchant for secular idiocy within right-wing organs of public opinion, such as The Telegraph.  Linda Woodhead’s daft, and profoundly uninformed piece in the 27th March edition, entitled ‘Is … Continue reading

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The take-down of Jordan Peterson

It’s fair to say that many of us were caught on the hop by the phenomenon that is Jordan C. Peterson.  My own initial response, whilst knowing precious little else about him, was one of amusement when I encountered a … Continue reading

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Backwards glance: David Berlinski

Recently, I had occasion to revisit David Berlinski’s essay The Deniable Darwin, published in the June 1996 edition of Commentary magazine.  It is a classic piece from the pen of the mercurial Berlinski, a man whose beautifully-honed phrases frame the … Continue reading

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