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Átomo N.1

Political Correctness

Newborn magazine, we are in our first issue.

All the articles

William Styron and Arthur Miller in Chile

Towards the middle of 1988, after 15 years of military dictatorship …

Jorge Edwards

Alfredo Jocelyn-Holt, historian

In the late 1990s I casually bumped into Alfredo Jocelyn-Holt on the platform …

Juan Manuel Vial

The tyranny of good manners

The sphere of political debate is currently under the threat of being kidnapped …

Sylvia Eyzaguirre

John Stuart Mill and the politically correct

For those that believe in an open society, there’s nothing more important …

David Gallagher

The aftermath of a caricature

The book, The tyranny of silence, by Flemming Rose,1 is a story in first person …

Cristóbal Bellolio

Cult and weakness

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” wrote Friedrich Nietzsche …

Axel Kaiser

Politically correct cinema

The great star of the last prize awarded in the Oscars was precisely the least invited …

Rafael Gumucio

Observing official literature

Some years ago I participated in a lunch that was not very memorable …

Juan Manuel Vial

Indian, old and black

To not call old people old they make up delirious expressions like tercera edad …

Marcelo Rozas

Jonathan Haidt

His trajectory has been long and started in Yale where he read philosophy …

Axel Kaiser

Decalogue of Political Correctness

Immerse yourself daily into the baptismal waters of your sound consciousness …

Enrique Krauze

To laugh or not to laugh

Not laughing or laughing at a joke a person can pass for empathic or an idiot …

Tamy Palma

Some Sylvia Plath´s Ideas

The sun is reflected on the Pacific, over 33 miles in, where there aren’t any waves …

Valeria Barahona

Hollywood’s latest fiction

The cliché often describes Hollywood as the factory of dreams. The possible interpretations are many …

Ernesto Ayala