The Greek philosopher died in 322 BC, was a student of Plato and teacher to Alexander the Great
Women and black people's intellectual abilities are 'stereotyped in the same way' by society
'White is unusual in being both a strong supporter of postmodernism and post-structuralism, with a disdain for “reality” and “realism” in art, and a common-sense humanist'
Two decades ago, a history of philosophy by an unknown Norwegian teacher became a most unlikely phenomenon. But how has time changed the writer? And how might he change his book now, if he could? Jostein Gaarder takes up his own story
The French writer, intellectual, political activist and feminist would have been 106
Criminal barriester had said Tab newspaper could be accused of encouraging harassment
Reinforcements not guaranteed despite fear United will not qualify for the Champions League
The former Stoke City manager takes charge of his first Eagles game this weekend
Manchester City's elite development squad coach says methods are lagging behind in England
Singer said in the same 'great' week he was booed at the TED conference in Arusha, Tanzania
Bono has made a fresh defence of U2’s tax arrangements, claiming the Irish government would ultimately appreciate the band’s decision to offshore a share of its income through the Netherlands.
Attacker now faces ten years' incarceration to contemplate the ethics of his actions
The former Middlesbrough manager has a long-standing interest in youth football
The Young Lions lost to Italy and then Norway
This novel about an alienated genius brings a Martian perspective to life on a strange planet
The horse is part owned by Sir Alex Ferguson