Henry Hopwood Phillips on Max Adams ‘Journey Through The Dark Ages.
Rebalancing the Western historical canon: Henry Hopwood Philips reviews Inventing the Individual by Larry Siedentop.
Lazzarato's book argues that a change in the debtor / creditor relationship is key to understanding inequality in the West.
Dangerous and powerful illusions: Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews Discontent and its Civilizations by Mohsin Hamid
Robert Crawford's account of the youth of T.S. Eliot is a worthy attempt to rescue the poet from those who would sculpt him into a monument.
Because it does not address the existential roots of the problem, Hussey's conclusions are unenlightening.