How do we maintain a sense of fact and reality in a post-truth age? Are there any objective and universally accepted arbiters of truth left? How can democratic government, or even democratic argument, work without a mutually accepted body of information? Oxford politics scholar Nadia Hilliard talks about truth and post-truth in American government.
Music credit: Glasstress by Max Casacci and Daniele Mana/ spoken word audio added to the original
Photo: The Chester, Oxford, England, October 2017.