by Tobias Thornes Forgive me if I start at the beginning. You might prefer to know the ending first, and judge from the conclusion whether setting out was worth my while at all. Or perhaps you’d rather have a taste first of the adventure that lies between the outset and the end, that you might […]Read more
…buildèd as a shopping centre – A Riposte to Mr Warn’s Flawed Argument
by Maksymilian Adach Mr Warn’s amusingly written article, dated 6th March 2015, has made a significant splash on the College social media networks. It is a shame that such a flawed, self-defeating argument has won such substantial support amongst an audience that contains the intellectual crème-de-la-crème of our generation. The first issue with Warn’s article is […]Read more
Choice: Too Much of a Good Thing?
by Jonathan Yeung The ‘freedom to choose’ has become so fundamental to modern (might I say, western) societies that it is essentially considered a basic right. Any attempt by any entity to abrogate choice, be it foreign terrorists, local politicians, or even our neighbours next door, are immediately condemned without much thought. On the contrary, increasing […]Read more