There’s a rare chemistry in the first few seasons of Ray Donovan that makes the series transcend its more mundane, soap opera storylines.
The serif is a constant companion, a known quantity, a faithful servant of the words.
Fight Club is not quite the celebration of toxic masculinity and anarchic revolt often assumed.
How we can and do validate knowledge seems highly relevant in the era of fake news, social media disinformation, and political hyper-partisanship.
If I were pushed to nominate the best television fiction ever made, it would likely be the BBC’s 1979 adaptation of John le Carré’s 1974 novel, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
Commentary on the news and the state of journalism in December 2020.
Nietzsche’s ideas have become powerfully pervasive in our culture, mostly without explicit acknowledgement.
Scott Morrison’s right wing populist, nationalist jingoism doesn’t play with China, even if it is guilty of the same.