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“Post-Truth” (Book Review 2017)

As I waited for a flight ahead of my holiday this year, I browsed the books in an airport store to find something to keep me occupied. One title automatically grabbed my attention – “Post-Truth: How Bullshit Conquered the World”. The book promised to explore the cultural, economic, and (most importantly from my perspective) psychological… Read More »

“Suicide in Prisons” (Book Review 2017)

We are all intrigued by crime. Yet how we view prisoners from a human rights perspective, and the conditions in which they are housed, are both important questions that receive little measured popular attention. Towl and Crighton’s Suicide in Prisons is a timely book that draws attention to these issues in relation to one of… Read More »