Welcome to this week's round up of Quillette articles, where you will find sociologist Peter Baehr reflecting on his students in a moving letter from Hong Kong, evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller on the purpose of virtue-signalling, and Danish literature professor, Marianne Stidsen, on the regressive impact the #MeToo movement has had in Scandinavia. We hope you this week's collection.
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By Peter Baehr
"Years from now, historians will recall that at a time when the West had descended into identity solipsism, there was a place on earth where people cared more for liberty and their city than their lives," writes Peter Baehr from Lingnan University in Hong Kong.
by Joel Kotkin
Joel Kotkin explains how the trend towards a society in which the family and marriage are no longer a central unit of social structure will reshape our politics, economy, and society in the decades ahead.
By Paulina Neuding
European editor Paulina Neuding interviews a Danish literature professor about her new book titled:
The Nordic MeToo Revolution 2018 – And Its Negative Impact.