A photo essay
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The WHO treaty and what it means for us
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Although I didn’t fully understand it at the time, street life is what I came to Lisbon for. There’s something about the life of the city that is hard…
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When the historians and political theorists of the future look back on the past two years, they’ll see the emergence of a new social contract in western…
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I’m putting aside the latest Bafflement Essay to write this short piece about Canada because, if it isn’t in the news, it should be. I’ve never known…
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In this Bafflement Essay, I want to consider the failure to think. ‘I don’t want to think about it.’ It’s a phrase I’ve been hearing repeatedly during…
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As we go into the new year, I want to propose, instead of resolutions, some affirmations. Or rather, re-affirmations of things that have been under…
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‘Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.’ Abraham Lincoln In the second in her series of…
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This is the first of a series of essays in which, drawing on the wisdom of experts in social psychology and authoritarianism in the modern age, I try to…
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In the first in a series of unashamedly adoring posts about Lisbon Alex Klaushofer considers the joys and travails of living in the hilliest of European…
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Is Covid-era Australia a 'teaching nation'?
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Welcome to Ways of Seeing, a blog about changing times in the western world and our relationship to place. The ‘About’ page explains what you’ll find…