Jonathan Scanlan is currently employed as a market research interviewer after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts. His distaste for the sweet things in life has led him to savour those things that genuinely nourish the body and mind, as well as cultivate the same in others.
The benefits of taxation, and the importance of public ownership.
Greens have more in common with free marketeers than socialists.
What really makes someone an intellectual, and how do they hone their skills?
To expect the best of each other is good, but we must never let the quantity distract from the quality.
It is time to get education in shape.
The craft of reading and writing is not dying, it is evolving.
The Rudd government wants to establish a mandatory filter on the internet.
The information revolution has created the need for a new pedagogy based more on play than knowledge.
Toward a free market of ideas.
A bittersweet tome about coming of age in 1970s San Francisco.