One of the best-known figures on the US Supreme Court died on Saturday, Antonin Scalia. Last week I urged readers to be “boldly counter-cultural”. It is hard to think of someone who exemplified this better than Justice Scalia. Below are several articles on the man and his legacy, especially with respect to same-sex marriage.
|A larger-than-life human being|
John Coverdale | FEATURES | 15 February 2016
The late Justice Scalia was a man with a big heart and a great sense of humour.
|Justice Antonin Scalia, RIP|
Sheila Liaugminas | SHEILA REPORTS | 15 February 2016
He will be remembered for a robust legacy.
|Martin Luther King Jr. and the ancient Greeks|
Timothy Joseph | FEATURES | 15 February 2016
Socrates and King both lost their lives and saw peaceful agitation as essential to their work.
|The return of the housewife|
Ada Slivinski | FEATURES | 15 February 2016
Women are reclaiming the word “housewife” as old-fashioned homemaking comes back into vogue.
|The death of a sitting Supreme Court justice|
Marcus Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 15 February 2016
It's actually less common than it used to be...
|China’s urbanisation push|
Shannon Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 15 February 2016
A social experiment on a large scale.
|Scalia on same-sex marriage|
Michael Cook | CONJUGALITY | 15 February 2016
We've selected a few of Scalia's most memorable lines from his dissents.
|Robotic surgery: paging Dr Carebot?|
Denyse O'Leary | CONNECTING | 14 February 2016
At first glance, it sounds impersonal, sterile. But there are pros and cons.
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