Politics

A Life Worthwhile

A Life Worthwhile

The dignity that comes with a job is more important than the salary.

Magnus Henrekson
Magnus Henrekson
10 min read
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Do Animals Have Rights?—A Roundtable

Do Animals Have Rights?—A Roundtable

Editor's note: Quillette asked three scholars to reflect on the debate about animal rights. If you would like to contribute to this discussion, please send a response of ~800 words to pitch@quillette.com. I. Animals have rights Bo Winegard is an essayist and holds a PhD in social psychology.

Bo Winegard, Nathanial Bork, and Jake Scott
Bo Winegard, Nathanial Bork, and Jake Scott
17 min read
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Progressivism, Sexuality, and Mental Illness

Progressivism, Sexuality, and Mental Illness

Is contemporary liberal-left culture producing greater mental distress?

Eric Kaufmann
Eric Kaufmann
12 min read
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Curtis Yarvin: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Curtis Yarvin: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

At the center of neoreactionary thinking is a cluster of unworkable ideas.

Max Borders
Max Borders
14 min read
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Reconsidering the City

Reconsidering the City

If they are to survive and thrive, cities need to become more people-friendly.

Joel Kotkin
Joel Kotkin
10 min read
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Zelensky’s Terrible Dilemma—and Ours

Zelensky’s Terrible Dilemma—and Ours

Capitulation or Bloody Resistance?

John Lloyd
John Lloyd
7 min read
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Diversity and Its Discontents

Diversity and Its Discontents

The public conversation about demographic change is hypocritical and destructive.

Bo Winegard
Bo Winegard
11 min read
Politics
The Problem with Nuclear Power

The Problem with Nuclear Power

In the US it’s hard to imagine nuclear power playing anything more than a minimal role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which makes projected goals for 2030 and beyond difficult to achieve.

William Beaver
William Beaver
6 min read
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