An introduction to the second issue of the year by the Editor, Simon Renwick
In this article, Lucinda Weston explores the concept of love with regards to our human nature
Canvas presents highlights from Sheffield Sal event: “Nanny, Nudger or Therapist?: is the State Enhancing or Undermining our Personal Decision Making?”
Charlotte Witso makes the argument as to why we should care about Human Rights Campaigning, and why some campaigns aren’t as frivolous as some believe.
‘Justice cannot be for one side alone’: putting “international” back into the International Criminal Court.
Phil Armitage argues that the International Criminal Court should be taking a much tougher and thorough stance to war crimes, to not only rid claims of racism and to bring justice to all those affected.
In this article Jo Gallacher emphasizes the importance of freedom of opinion and expression in creating a civil and democratic society.
Chris Olewicz interviews Dr. Christopher Jones, a Doctor at the Department of Psychology here at the University
In this article, Jackson Shuttleworth argues that human nature should not be understood in purely negative terms, but as a socially dependent, variable, phenomenon.
As nationalism levels soar in Britain and Europe, Michael Higgs analyses the reasoning behind the proposed British Bill of Rights, and argues that it would be “utterly ineffectual in reality”.
Simon Renwick explores the idea that we’re naturally drawn to appearance when discussing politics.