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With no standard version, many argue it is a collection of dialects, not a language
There is something therapeutic about having a mutual moan – ‘mutual’ being the operative word here
It seems that feeling for others is necessary for living with others
Salmond and Alexander resort to reverse empiricism
Scotland’s exit from Britain’s multicultural unity would be a disaster, says Simon Schama
The instinct can transform the world into a magical place to explore and wonder at
Aid for the poor, or distressed regions, must come from the citizens of the country concerned
It’s a dying art, struck down by text, email and messaging. So can we be taught how to talk to each other?
Despite the mapping of the genome, the nature versus nurture debate rages on
Without any input from emotion or feeling, reason is merely a cold, mechanical method of calculation
The time has come to move beyond rhetoric