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  • How the Arts Council Cancels Art

    Great art flourishes amid great freedom. The same goes for most of the ‘results’ a civilised society should strive to achieve.

  • The Beat Generation Worldview in Kerouac’s On the Road

    "(…) willingness to pick up and hit the road, regardless of the current situation, symbolizes prioritization of self-exploration, and almost spiritual loyalty to novel experience."

  • Academic Freedom vs. Academic Justice

    A look at Korn's modest proposal to replace academic freedom with academic justice.

  • Friedrich Nietzsche’s Guide to Conquering Your Existence

    “Overman” refers to Nietzsche’s conception of a man who has literally overcome himself and human nature. In essence, an Overman is one who has superseded the bondage of the human condition and reached a liberated state — one of free play and creativity.

  • The Lottery of Birth

    From birth onwards our minds are a battleground of competing forces. The outcome of this battle determines the society we create. ‘The Lottery of Birth’ looks at the cultural, educational and commercial forces that shape our identities, often in ways that limit both our personal and political freedom.

  • ‘Creating Freedom’ Project (Video)

    To take freedom for granted is to extinguish the possibility of attaining it.