A more hopeful politics can be grounded in a better understanding of the role of emotions in a democratic society, and how those emotions might change, argues Jonathan Rowson
What sustains and connects us can also trap and destroy us. In the environmental crisis we need to choose our path with care, writes Caspar Henderson
Perspectiva is looking for a Deputy Director.
A new book on ‘digital minimalism’ is surprisingly helpful and opens a door to deeper questions, writes Caspar Henderson
In the struggle to reduce the risks of dangerous climate change, or adapt to them, the wisdom and courage of those we love, and others we may never know, could be our greatest resource
Absolute, objective knowledge is an illusion, write an astrophysicist, a theoretical physicist and a philosopher. To change the system one needs to recognise the central validity of human experience
A second referendum in the UK would have to be sacrificial, writes Jonathan Rowson
When it comes to restoration and restitution, deep work on one’s relationship to ‘great creating nature’ will be a vital part of the story
Even at the darkest times, look up
Can the concept of ’emergence’ inform a shift in paradigm?