Tag Archives: Dario Battisti

Committed To Memory

In light of the recent sentencing of student protester Charlie Gilmour to 16 months in prison for violent disorder, and the outrage originally caused by his climbing on the Cenotaph, Dario Battisti asks whether patriotic fervour can sometimes rival that of religion. Continue reading

Advertisements
Posted in Featured, news, opinion, Scepticism | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cartoons News

Dario’s on a well-deserved hiatus from 21st Floor activity, so we’ve got some news (and are petitioning for views) about what the cartoon space can be used for! Continue reading

Posted in cartoons, Featured, news | Tagged , | Leave a comment

A Crowded Space

This week’s cartoon from Dario Battisti… Continue reading

Posted in cartoons, humour | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Chartered Flights of the Gods

This week’s cartoon from Dario… Continue reading

Posted in cartoons, humour | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Here Today, Gonorrhoea Tomorrow

This week’s cartoon from Dario… Continue reading

Posted in cartoons, humour | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Out of the Frying Pan…

This week’s offering from Dario Battisti… Continue reading

Posted in cartoons, humour | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Dennett: "My Brain Made Me Do It!" (Review)

Back in December, philosopher Daniel Dennett delivered a lecture in Edinburgh on the philosophical implications which neuroscience has brought to the fore on the issue of free will. The Twenty-First Floor’s Dario Battisti attended in an effort to get his head around the argument put forth. Continue reading

Posted in Events, Featured, Reviews, Science | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment