humanities

 
​The digital age erases the divide between humans and objects
​The digital age erases the divide between humans and objects
Although some of Africa’s natural assets are in danger of being depleted, it remains the last territory on Earth that has not yet been entirely...
​The age of humanism is ending
​The age of humanism is ending
There is no sign that 2017 will be much different from 2016.
'Fight back!' Universities must put teaching at their front and centre
'Fight back!' Universities must put teaching at their front and centre
It is fashionable these days to suggest that the university has reached the end of one of its lives. What do you think underlies this...
No need to defend the value of under siege arts degrees
No need to defend the value of under siege arts degrees
Arts and humanities departments in universities are under siege. Public expenditure on culture is increasingly scrutinised and there has been a...
Support the humanities, find room for the right arguments
Support the humanities, find room for the right arguments
One of the great comic skits in modern English humour concerns the value of argument – predictably, it appeared on Monty Python’s Flying...
Downsizing the humanities is a recipe for increasing alienation
Downsizing the humanities is a recipe for increasing alienation
The university has become a key component of what is called the “knowledge economy”, argued University of Cape Town sociologist David Cooper in...
The art of medicine dissected
The art of medicine dissected
"Isn't every human being both a scientist and an artist; and in writing of human experience, isn't there a good deal to be said for...

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