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Theology

Of anchorites and handmaidens

An associate professor at the University of Oxford, Annie Sutherland, has recentl...

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English Literature

The Modern Love Story – A Girl with No Friends and an Empty Heart

‘This is a love story’ says the eponymous heroine of BBC’s Fleabag frankly, bloo...

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History of Art

Meeting points for social inclusion

The inclusion or exclusion of refugees in contemporary Europe has been a contentious topic of debate...

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Biomedical Sciences

Skip the fast food and start fasting

Fasting has a long history and is central to many of the world’s religions: Yom Kippur is a fast d...

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Oriental & Middle Eastern Studies

Do modern LGBT rights align with ancient Indian religion?

Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code was introduced 1861 during the British rule of India.  It crim...

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Biological Sciences

Unintelligent Design? Cancer, Cataracts, and Irreducible Complexity

Intelligent design, often used as an argument for the existence of God, posits that the natural worl...

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Medicine

Resistance is Futile: The Rise of Transhumanism

Can you picture yourself as a cyborg? Do you yearn to transcend the limitations of feeble flesh? The...

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Philosophy

Do Unto Others… Is The Golden Rule Universal?

Can the so-called Golden Rule be considered a universal, stand-alone ethical code or is morality rat...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

The Making of Morality – Is Altruism The Result of Evolution?

In The Descent of Man, Darwin wrote: “of all the differences between man and the lower animals, th...

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History of Art

No More Mr Nice Bunny: The Murderous Rabbits of Medieval Manuscripts

If you thought that medieval illustrators drew a line in their borderline insanity with little draw...

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History of Art

Reimagining Religious Art: Icons for the Modern Day

Religious icons may at first glance appear to be foreign to the modern artistic sensibility, objects...

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Natural Sciences (P)

God of the Gaps? Stephen Hawking and the Design of the Universe

Did the atheist scientist Stephen Hawking unwittingly strengthen the argument for the existence of G...

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