Exploring the Big Questions
Humanity must reply to this question, or be shaken to pieces by it.
Just a test. Testing headings and pictures and galleries with line length.
The body is a great reason, a plurality with one sense, a war and a peace, a herd and a shepherd.
So persuasively did they speak; and yet they have hardly uttered a word of truth. Read one of Plato’s most powerful works.
Information is everywhere. Here’s our growing list of places that keep learning alive online.
The day will include talks by notable interdisciplinary scholars, including Professor Robert Fowler, Dr. Sarah Dillon, Dr. Kathryn Telling and Dr. Liz Bird.
Grammar is recognised as one of the seven liberal arts. The School of Life offers a brief but fascinating explanation of the subtlety of the semicolon.
Time makes sense in small pieces. But when you look at huge stretches of time, it’s almost impossible to wrap your head around things.
In Plato’s Republic the allegory of the cave reveals that each of us has a unique capacity to learn.
In 1977 a team of NASA scientists sent two spacecraft into the distant reaches of our universe.
Neuroscience was part of the dinner conversation in my family, often a prerequisite for truth. Want to talk about art? Not without neuroscience.
Higher education has now joined the growing list of subjects about which it is increasingly difficult to have an informed public argument.
When medievals first spoke of university they were referring not so much to institutions as to people.