• THIS WEEK: A SELECTIVE GUIDE

    ALICE, BACON, OSCAR AND ENO | September 10th 2008Our guide to what's on around the world, compiled by Ariel Ramchandani and Jessica Gallucci... Special to MORE INTELLIGENT LIFE read more » COMMENTS: Comments ArtsfilmmoviesPERFORMING ARTS
  • BARACK OBAMA, JAMES BALDWIN AND THE BLACK EXPERIENCE

    DANIEL ARIZONA | CANON FODDER | September 10th 2008English students sweating over Shakespeare or festering over Faulkner often complain: "how is this relevant to our lives at all?" Daniel Arizona has come to the rescue with "Canon Fodder", a new column that uses the classics to help us to understand these post-modern times ... Special to MORE INTELLIGENT LIFE read more » COMMENTS: Comments booksIdeaspolitics
  • FREEDOM FROM TORTURE

    GEOFFREY ROBERTSON, QC | September 9th 2008 "The basic freedom that we lost, thanks to the Bush administration's reaction to 9/11, was freedom from torture", explains Mr Robertson, a lawyer ... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • A HIERARCHY OF FREEDOMS

    NOREENA HERTZ | September 8th 2008"When someone's freedom is to the detriment of another's then perhaps it must be subjugated", explains Noreena Hertz, an economics writer... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • COUPLES + MONEY

    WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT MONEY | September 7th 2008With the credit crunch comes the couple crunch. As belts tighten, tempers flare, and money's too tight not to mention. Joanna Moorhead asks couples and counsellors what money says about relationships ... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • LET THEM EAT ORMOLU

    PREVIEWING THE BIENNALE DES ANTIQUAIRES | September 6th 2008Art.view explores the attractions at the most opulent antique fair in the world... From ECONOMIST.COM The Biennale des Antiquaires, launched in 1956, is the most opulent antique fair in the world. Its organiser, the Syndicat National des Antiquaires, is spending a whopping €32m ($46.5m) on staff, security and décor at the Grand Palais (including plants, shrubs and seven tonnes of earth to plant them in). The Syndicat provides deco-inspired shop fronts for each of the 95 invited exhibitors, but it does not insure their paintings, porcelain, furniture and jewels. read more » COMMENTS: Comments ART AND AUCTIONArts
  • FREEDOM: AN EDITOR'S OPINION

    CHARLES MOORE | September 5th 2008Nic's event's/flickr A former editor of the Daily Telegraph praises the overthrow of trade unions, the greatest emancipation of his working life... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • A COMMENTATOR'S TAKE ON FREEDOM

    NEAL ASCHERSON | September 4th 2008AlbySpace/flickr An expert on eastern Europe, Neal Ascherson mourns the delicious pleasure of smoking at the cinema in the afternoon ... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • A FREEDOM FIGHTER WEIGHS IN

    SHAMI CHAKRABARTI | September 3rdHarry Malt We continue with our series on freedoms lost and gained, 60 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas
  • FREEDOMS LOST AND GAINED

    A HEADY ANNIVERSARY | September 2nd 2008Sixty years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, liberties are being taken with your liberties. Intelligent Life magazine asks 11 people which freedom lost, and gained, means the most to them. We start with Richard Dawkins ... From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Autumn 2008 read more » COMMENTS: Comments Ideas

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