On Resisting Left Melancholy

On Kranzberg's First Law of Technology

On Urban Insurgency and State Security Force Ratios

On Transnational Repression

'The Reason of State' - Notes

On The 2022 Local Elections

On The 'Alt-Right' and 'Alt-Lite'

'On Bullsh*t' - Notes

Understanding Why Russia's Invasion of Ukraine is Illegal

On Conflict In 2022

On Democracy Disrupted - Notes on The Politics of Global Protest

The Curious Case of North Shropshire - By-Election 2021

Bodin's 'Revolution' in Relation to The English School's 'Revolutionism'

On Separating Art From Artist - The Immanence of Potentiality as a Human Amongst Others

On Attention and Just War - As Autumn Falls

Marvel-ous Purpose - Part Two - The MCU as 'Philosophy in Action'.

Marvel-ous Purpose - Part One - Political and Philosophical Discourse in Marvel Studios’ Loki.

English School Diaries - 'Introduction': Intervention in World Politics

Down The Playboyesque Rabbit Hole: Where is The Line Between Pornography And Art?

On Animation and ‘The Story’: Interpreting Kubo and The Two Strings

On Oakeshott's 'Rationalism in Politics': A Textualist Reading

Standing on All That Is Yet In The Past: Thoughts Towards a Political Hermeneutics

Isaiah Berlin on Morality, Determinism and Freedom: An Interview

On Gillette and 'The Best That Men Can Be': A Close Shave With Cultural Capitalism

To The Whetstone: On State Coercion and Oppression

On Nietzsche's 'Daybreak - Book One: §9'

The Original Meaning of 'Democracy'

On 'What is Populism?' and Müller's Seven Theses on Populism

Election 2021: A Horizon Scan of English County Council Elections, Scottish Assembly Elections, and Welsh Parliamentary Elections since 1997

English School Diaries - The Case For A Classical Approach

On Feminism as Tradition, Not Ideology

On March-ing

Some Thoughts on Birth and The Human Condition

'Society Must Be Defended' - On Lecture Two

On ISIS and The Question of Sovereignty

Storming The Capitol - Symptom or Antigen?

On Conflict in 2021

'Society Must Be Defended' - On Lecture One

The Crown as Non-Fiction - Kantorowicz and Netflix

On 'Macrosecuritisation', The Pandemic, and The United Nations

A 'Black Mirror World'? - Thoughts on The Politics of Humanism and Posthumanism

On Modern Political Sovereignty

Rudimentary Thoughts on 'The Trace'

On The Attainability of An Alternative - 'The Left', Neoliberalism, and The Chain of Equivalence

Social Media and The Public Space of Appearance

Voting as a Secular Political Eucharist and The Corpus Mysticum

'Chumocracy' and Liberal Democracy

Into The Space Between Spaces, Non-Place and Terrorism