Free From Worries

Free From Worries

June 25, 2018

It’s amazing just how much stress tends to consume us these days. We flit from one experience to another, carried along by this strong wind of desire and ambition, which might seem great but can have some serious side effects. One of which is this incredible tension and stress that basically haunts us. All we […]

French Ladies

June 23, 2018

When The Newly Bom Woman, by Helene Cixous and Catherine Clement, was published in the United States in 1986, many readers believed they were witness to a startling new kind of feminism being pioneered at that moment by women in France. It was a feminism that was psychologically astute, grounded in a sophisticated knowledge of […]

Learning to Love Once Again

June 19, 2018

It’s one of the most cliched topics in the book: learning to love once more after a traumatic loss. But for so many of us, it’s a pivotal moment in our lives that redefines how we think and feel. There are few that can say that they’ve gone through their entire lives without ever once […]

Solidarity

June 15, 2018

Male conservative writers never discussed female solidarity. As far as they were concerned, women were far more connected to the earth than to each other. But they were worried about women’s growing independence–whether or not it resulted in their cohesion—and it fueled a serious discussion about the decline of patriarchy, the origins of gender roles, […]

Talk to your girl

June 12, 2018

There’s a question that is always asked of us, so much so that I think it’s the perfect way to start off this series properly. That question is simple but so essential to what we do that it’s amazing to hear people actually ask it, yet they do. That question is whether or not we […]

Living in Dublin

June 2, 2018

With Brexit just around the corner, there’s never been a better time to consider moving away from London.   The bustling, charming heart of The Republic of Ireland, Dublin is a city with plenty to offer. Its relatively high cost of living can seem a little daunting at first, but high wages ensure that residents […]

Great Eats in the Capital

May 29, 2018

Having published a pretty comprehensive write up on ethical eating yesterday, it only seemed right to go and put our money where our mouths are and actually provide you with a list of places worth going. Especially with the annual Easter meet up, bane of your festive life, sneaking up on us . The only […]

Getting Engaged

May 25, 2018

The perception of beauty requires an extraordinary level of engagement with the world. As beauty is inherent in the world, we discover beauty when we are most in tune with the world, when we are in resonance with it. To resonate with beauty, not simply to recognize beauty from past experience, involves entering an altered […]

Streets

May 21, 2018

London’s streets are filthy, and have been for years. Street ‘improvement’ as it was condescendingly known, was the earliest attempt to remove central-area slums. It was aimed at the relatively self-contained, crowded clusters of mean streets and delapidated tenements, called ‘rookeries,’ which conjured up images as dens of crime and immorality in the dominant-class mind. […]

Getting the job

May 17, 2018

I am dedicated, determined, innovative, creative, hardworking, organised, critical, passionate.   So proclaims my CV, and the CV of every other person of my generation who finds themselves unemployed, disillusioned and, frankly, a bit confused. After all, we are the things that we claim. Believe it or not, the media portrayal of lazy, lethargic students […]

Renting is an age old problem

May 9, 2018

A brief exposition of the historical origins of the leasehold system is instructive as it shows why it, and not a freehold system, for instance, was so prevalent during the 19th century, a factor of paramount importance in the evolution of London’s social and spatial structure. Basically, the leasehold system evolved out of the feudal […]

Allies in Arms

May 2, 2018

The belief that women philosophers and writers are the sole representatives of French feminism has obscured feminism’s heterogeneous theoretical composition, not to mention the passionate debates of the past twenty-five years. It has also served to decontextuabze and depoHticize a complex and highly political movement and its internal conflicts. The loss of political background is […]

Starting a life in London

May 1, 2018

Converted lofts and Victorian townhouses, or tiny working-class homes that “needed fixing” are ideal starter homes for young couples looking to move to London. Such places produced the “return” a certain type of household: a predominance of young singles and older couples without children at home. But rarely did families find such retrofitted environments suitable […]

2000’s a no space odyssey

April 18, 2018

A snapshot of London in the 2000’s obscures the fact that its social and spatial fabric was in the midst of a major process of transition which had begun during the 18th century and continued at least until the mid-20th century. London’s internal organization was changing from a situation in which the workplace and the […]

Casual Labour in London

As the London casual labour market shows, it is an important part of the intricate system of incentives and controls which keep the overall economic system going. Howard Wachtel cites four reasons for this: “First, extreme wage and income inequality is necessary to induce workers to perform alienating work for external rather than internal rewards….Second, […]

High Society

‘Society’ means class society–to be more concrete, in this context it means capitalist class society–and it is the evolving struggle between classes which constitutes the dynano at the basis of the process of urban developnent. Let us examine this assertion. In this society, as in most existing and previous societies, there is a basic contradiction […]

No room at the inn

March 26, 2018

The issue of housing in London is not a new one. The popular literature of the housing problem during the early 1980’s and were more systematically aired before the Royal Commission on the Housing of the   Working Classes in 1984-5. Far from being a dwindling enclave, as the Marshallian view would have it, the ‘residuum’ […]

Huxley on beauty

February 21, 2018

What follows are a number of different perspectives on beauty and on art used to express beauty. They serve to illustrate and expand on the definitions of beauty provided in Chapter n. Their selection, of course, is a matter of personal choice. Huxley’s Hierarchy of Perfections In examining art and the beauty within it Aldous […]

Life of luxury

January 16, 2018

The term high culture is often used to mean ‘the type of culture that one refers to when speaking of the arts, manners or education’ Art, literature, opera, philosophy are all examples of high culture, primarily produced and appreciated by a restricted audience. Low culture by contrast consists of the normal and the unextraordinary: clothing, […]

The golden pitch

January 11, 2018

Writing a perfect pitch is not easy, and an elevator pitch is even more difficult. The essential idea is that you have as long as it takes an elevator to reach its destination. That’s it. Say you ran into the CEO of Apple today in the building where you work. Could you convince him your […]

8 Foods That Really Are: “Cheap and Cheerful”

We’ve all heard of  “hero ingredients”: the things that every student needs in their kitchen cabinets for a rainy day. Pasta, casserole veg, a tin of beans…   Yawn. Could it get any more boring? Well, luckily the world of food is wide and varied. You can easily afford to eat delicious meals every night […]

Killer Covers

January 6, 2018

Writing a good cover letter is a long lost art that so many people choose to neglect, but in reality few people can afford to really ignore. After all, the difference between securing that dream job and losing out on it all can often be found in that short span of words.   Let’s start […]

Being bold

October 26, 2017

  The people of London have always been renowned for their ability to adapt and accept in the face of change. Our language, our culture and much of our philosophy is heavily influenced by other nations, albeit with our own spin put on things. The culinary scene has always been a prime example of this […]

A Gentleman’s Guide to: Meat

October 3, 2017

A few years ago, very few people had heard of the Ginger Pig but now having them appear on your table, menu or supplier list is a sign of true excellence. Straddling the line between chef’s favourite and household name, this truly exceptional butcher is starting to come into the mainstream. With 6 stores now […]

The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Dating

May 21, 2017

Introduction What is dating? It might seem like an obvious question but in the modern world you’d be surprised by how many people just don’t date. They have their reasons. For some, they’re young and unfamiliar with the concept. They see happy couples everywhere and in every form of media but it’s not something that […]

The 10 Stages of Rediscovering Love

March 21, 2017

One of the hardest things in all of the world is falling out of love. Everyone experiences it in some form at some point in their life. Whether it’s losing affection for a family member or friend, whether it’s the heart wrenching moment you look at look at someone in your life and realise that […]

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