The great variety of influential books that are not (yet) as widely known and read as they deserve to be testifies to the richness of libertarian scholarly tradition.
Surveillance is forever evolving, despite Snowden’s actions and Assange’s warnings. It’s here; and it’s here to stay while the corporations continue throwing their weight behind programs that governments insist on having to spy on their citizens. In the name of terrorism and national security, right? Predictive analytics are the rage. According to Lockheed Martin, if you…
On occasion, writers try too hard to write a twist at the ending of the book. It comes in the form of a cliffhanger or departs from the audience-capturing content already written in prior chapters. The important issue at hand is don’t. Forget the cliffhanger unless you’re planning a sequel, and forget the plot twist…
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As a sub-genre of science fiction, the popular dystopian novel can challenge readers’ views about current social and political climates, offer warnings, and in some instances, inspire action. But how is dystopian fiction determined?
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Will they grant her the truth . . . before it’s too late?
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Sometimes all you need are a few short sentences to summarise the current situation, or remind you of humanity’s fragility.
The bee has finally reached the Endangered List. But what does this really mean for humanity? We won’t become endangered ourselves – yet – but a cataclysmic event does await our fate – and all because of our inaction.