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Moral Overdose

Aditya Mani Jha

Kiran Nagarkar’s novel about Kabir collapses under its didactic weight

Alain de Botton: The Post-Romantic

Alain de Botton returns to fiction and redeems love from romance. The philosopher novelist in conversation with Nandini Nair

The Curse of Memory and the Uses of Forgetting

Forget the past and move on. A provocative new book questions the moral superiority of historical memory

The Fast Food and the Furious

Foodie-philosopher Anthony Bourdain spares no barbs in mortifying all enemies of good food.

Why Hayek Matters

To most of us, Hayek means Salma. But the ideas of Nobel Prize-winning economist-philosopher Friedrich August von Hayek are perhaps more relevant today, to the world and to India, than ever before

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