You've always thought of the Bible as an early science text. You'd like to compare its factual content with what modern experts have to say.
Every couple of years or so John Gray presents a new book in which he imparts to us many wise things we seem incapable of heeding.
A dose of space, and Carl Sagan to cure your Monday morning blues.
That question - "Why is there something rather than nothing?" - occupies the centre of Jim Holt's book, which is by turns a philosophical and scientific inquiry, written through a broadly personal...
Is there a particularly French idea about l'amour? Political analyst Agnes Poirier thinks so.
The Turin Horse
Janos Derzsi, Erika Bok, Mihaly Kosmos
Director: Bela Tarr
Artist Tsang Kin-wah hasn't held a solo show in Hong Kong since 2005, the year he won the Sovereign Asian Art Prize for one of the works he is still most closely identified with: repetitive...
Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?
by Michael Sandel
Allen Lane (e-book)
When your world seems to be falling apart, you can always count on someone telling you to look on the bright side. It's as if positivity is something you can summon at will.
There is no doubt that the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami was a catastrophe for hundreds of thousands of people.
Wong Ling-oi, 13, St Stephen's Girls' College
Many people insist that the public should respect animal rights. I don't think so.