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Science & Health

Misinformation: The common thread between pandemics

Since health officials confirmed the first COVID-19 cases, misinformation has spread just as quickly as the virus. Social media may …

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Law & Politics

Australians are tired of lies in political advertising

Our voting choices are only authentic if our decisions are informed by truthful information. That condition is now increasingly elusive. …

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Business & Economics

New dangers in a familiar debt crisis

Debt crises are as old as civilisation itself. The reason is simple. Compound interest increases geometrically, whereas economic activity only …

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Science & Health

Authentic mindfulness in the era of ‘wellness’

Meditation and mindfulness practices in Western nations are booming. One report estimates that 55 million Americans engaged in meditation in …

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Philosophy & Psychology

Uncertainty and the pull of magical beliefs

Magic has a seemingly universal allure. It’s interwoven in some of the most popular narratives for children and adults, from …

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Law & Politics

The conflict over privilege and disadvantage in leftist politics

The latest in a series of intra-left conflicts turns on the decision to bar male athletes from competition in the …

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