Jacques Rousseau

Call out fake news, don’t censor it

Fake news exposes how gullible people are

Humanity before religion

How we live our lives and govern our society should be motivated by what's good for all of us, regardless of individual metaphysical beliefs.

Hate speech, hurtful speech, Chris Hart and Penny Sparrow

Jacques Rousseau on contextualising offensive statements and the difference between hurtful speech and hate speech.

Death and the high cost of living

Our health minister's ideas on euthanasia have no place in a secular country like ours.

Online learning enhances success

Fears of the ‘digital divide’ are unfounded: a blended mode has proven itself to students.

Faith Muthambi and patriotism served as pabulum

A relationship with a country, just like a relationship with a person, cannot be summarised with slogans, anthems or flags, writes Jacques Rousseau.

Naked truth about porn on television

The usual logical fallacies have been rolled out at Icasa to prevent TopTV from screening adult content.

White supremacy rant against Gareth Cliff sullies rational political debate

Andile Mngxitama's accusation that Cliff is an 'effective agent of racism' is nonsensical.

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