Theodore Dalrymple

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Theodore Dalrymple is an author and retired doctor who has written for many publications round the world, including the Spectator (London), the Wall Street Journal (New York) and The Australian (Sydney). He is contributing editor of the City Journal of New York, and his latest book is Admirable Evasions: How Psychology Undermines Morality, Encounter Books.


Public Nuisances

I Have Seen the Future, and it Is Idiocy

I Have Seen the Future, and it Is Idiocy

November 10, 2013

Yesterday morning, as I was sitting in the flat on Paris that I have rented for

Idiocracy

Television Is an Evil

Television Is an Evil

November 03, 2013

Most people read to confirm their prejudices rather than to learn something new

Deep Thoughts

The Folly of Resentment

The Folly of Resentment

October 27, 2013

There is one group of people whom it is morally permissible to hate, and of

Cultural Caviar

The Sketch Pad Near the Deathbed

The Sketch Pad Near the Deathbed

October 19, 2013

Whenever I listen to Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde, I hear not just a song

Modern Weapons

Protecting Everyone From Themselves

Protecting Everyone From Themselves

October 16, 2013

Of recent years I have noticed something rather peculiar about hotels. Nowadays

Moolah

Net Worthlessness

Net Worthlessness

October 06, 2013

For about three years I have subscribed to two free Internet sites that offer

For the Children

UNICEF’s Chemical Weapon

UNICEF’s Chemical Weapon

September 22, 2013

“Save the world by all means, but please do so in private.”

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