A lively argument on the Today programme (at 30 minutes) offered a fascinating example of cultural theory. Regular readers will know of my enthusiasm for a school of thought which labours under the unhelpfully vague title ‘cultural theory’. I offered my own interpretation of the theory in my annual lecture last year, as well as applying […]

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