- In Nautilus, Mark Mofett explains why a universal society is unattainable: human minds have evolved in an us-vs-them universe of our own making.
- Speaking to the Telegraph, political scientist Ranabir Samaddar explains that the Indian Left must understand the phenomenon of Left-wing populism if it wants to survive.
- Americans are told to give their all – time, labour, and passion – to their jobs. But do their jobs give enough back, asks Jill Lepore in the New Yorker.
- Employment fraud in the country is neither new nor small, but its prospects have never looked brighter, writes Snigdha Poonam in the Atlantic.
- There is no doubt that Indian higher education requires reforms, argue Tanuja Kothyal and Arindam Banerjee in the Indian Express.
- Middle class? Not really. If your household earns more than ₹85k per month, then you are in the top 0.5% of India. On Future IQ, Navin Kabra clears some common misconceptions about income distribution in India.
- In the event of further judicial intervention, there are grounds and an opportunity for the government to revisit the laws, proposes PDT Acharya in the Hindu.
- Repressive measures by India’s government are sparking a backlash in the nation’s scientific community, writes Suvrat Raju in the Scientific American.
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