Douglas Murray is a bestselling author and commentator based in the UK. His most recent book is the critically acclaimedRead more
Richard Wilson read Philosophy at University College London and his first book, Titanic Express, recounts his search for the truthRead more
Evil Incarnate Rumors of Demonic Conspiracy and Satanic Abuse in Historyby David FrankfurterPrinceton University Press, $29.95, ISBN 0-691-11350-5 In theRead more
Dr Ben Goldacre is a writer, broadcaster and medical doctor from the UK who is best known for his Bad Science column in the Guardian, examining the claims of scaremongering journalists, quack health products, pseudoscientific cosmetics adverts, and evil multinational pharmaceutical corporations, as well as wider themes such as the medicalisation of everyday life and the psychology of irrational beliefs.
Ben’s first book, Bad Science, was published in September 2008 by Forth Estate.
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The Penguin Guide to the Superstitions of Britain and Irelandby Steve RoudPenguin, £10.99, ISBN 0140515127 Why is it that, wheneverRead more
John Harvey studied and taught English Literature at the University of Cambridge, becoming Vice-Master of Emmanuel College in 2002. HeRead more
A Mind of Its Own: How Your Brain Distorts and Deceivesby Cordelia FineIcon Books, £9.99, ISBN 1840466782 For those ofRead more
Ziyad Marar is the author of The Happiness Paradox, it reflects his interest in the way philosophy and psychology canRead more