What can original recordings from Stanley Miligram’s famous and controversial ‘obedience to authority’ experiments tell us about cruelty and authority?
In November 2021, former ISRF Fellow Mike Makin-Waite discussed his book On Burnley Road: Class, Race and Politics in a Northern English Town with Manjeet Ramgotra and Councillor Anwar Afrasiab.
Fossil fuels – coal, oil, and gas – are the single largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Yet governments around the globe are on track to produce 120 per cent more than is compatible with the goals of the Paris Agreement. If those stocks are to be kept in the ground, an alternative approach is necessary.
In this contribution to ISRF Bulletin 24, Manjeet Ramgotra engages three recent books by ISRF Fellows, asking how each can help us rethink classical liberal notions of individualism.
In this contribution to ISRF Bulletin 24, Oche Onazi draws on the African philosophical tradition to build a new theory of disability justice.
In this contribution to ISRF Bulletin 24, Gábor Scheiring inquires into the nature of the specific form of national-populist neoliberalism that has emerged in Hungary under Viktor Orbán’s leadership.
In April 2021, former ISRF Fellow Gábor Scheiring discussed his book The Retreat of Liberal Democracy: Authoritarian Capitalism and the Accumulative State in Hungary with Chris Hann and Sherrill Stroschein.
In March 2021, former ISRF Fellow Kimberley Brownlee discussed her book Being Sure of Each Other: An Essay on Social Rights and Freedoms with Rae Langton and Martin O’Neill.