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PRIMO LEVI: THE FLAWED DESIGN

Victor H. Brombert

 

WHAT ARE NOVELS GOOD FOR?

Ben D’Andrea

 

CAMUS' ABSURDISM LACKS IMAGINATION

C. Fred Alford

 

 
 
 

CREATION SCIENCE MAKES SENSE, BUT...

 C. Fred Alford

 

Animal's Best Friends
 
How Animals Grieve
 
 

A SPIDER SHOWS THE WAY TOWARDS GREATER COMPASSION FOR ANIMALS

Barbara King

 

REINHOLD NIEBUHR AND THE SCANDAL OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

C. Fred Alford

 

THE INVISIBLE ENEMY: JAMES JONES AND THE POLITICS OF GRIEF

J. A. Bernstein

 

TOLSTOY: “CAIUS IS MORTAL”

Victor H. Brombert

 

BETWEEN UTOPIA AND ESCAPE

Fr. Alexander Schmemann

 

HERMAN JAMES WHITAKER: STORYTELLER OF NORTH AND SOUTH

David Richard Beasley

 

FOUR POEMS

Sam Magavern

 

IN THE STOMACH OF A TERMITE

Chris Arthur

 

IN OUR WESTERN WORLD, NOTHING NEW

Paul-John Ramos

 

THE LONG FUTURE OF HUMANITY

Jon Benner

 

PRIMO LEVI'S COSMOS

Sam Magavern

 

INTERVIEW WITH JOEL BURCAT, AUTHOR OF 2021 ENVIRONMENTAL THRILLER AMID RAGE

Joel Burcat

 

OUR LONGSTANDING LOVE-HATE RELATIONSHIP WITH VACCINES

Michael Kinch

 

BELIEF IN NEUROSCIENCE

Patrick Whitehead

 

THE MUSIC OF REASON

Catherine H. Zuckert

 

CHURCHILL ON FRIENDSHIP AS STATECRAFT

John von Heyking

 

REWRITING CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY WITH PLATO AND ARISTOTLE: AN ESSAY ON EUDAIMONIC POLITICS

Paul Schollmeier

 

PULLING THE PLUG ON DREAM INTERPRETATION

Ben D’Andrea

 

A NEW NARRATIVE OF HUMAN NATURE

John V. Wylie

 

ELIZABETH BISHOP, CHARLES DARWIN AND BUILDING WATTS TOWERS

 Joel Miller

 

WHAT IS ETHICS ANYWAY?

Gregory Johnson

 

TIDYING UP WITH SOCRATES

Freya Mobus

 

VIETNAM:  A HALF-REMEMBERED TRAGEDY

Mark C. Jensen

 

CHESS VS. CHECKERS, AND OTHER DIPLOMATIC DANCES

I. M. Fletcher

 

SHOW ME

Some Expertise Deserves to Die. Some Doesn’t.

Bruce Fleming

 

EXILE AND UTOPIA: NICHOLAS ROERICH’S SHORTCUT TO PROMISED LAND

Natasha Lvovich

 

THE HANDMAIDEN OF LEVIATHAN

Jonathan M. Smith

 

THE ROCK GARDEN OF THE RYOANJI TEMPLE

Paul Schollmeier

 

WHAT IS HIDDEN CANNOT BE LOVED

Geoffrey Heptonstall

 

ECCENTRIC CULTURE

Rémi Brague

 

ON THE NATURE OF EUROPEAN CULTURE AND ON ITS RELATIONSHIP TO RUSSIAN CULTURE

Ivan Kireyevsky

 

THE CIVILIZATION OF THE PLURALIST SOCIETY

John Courtney Murray, S.J.

 

WRESTLING WITH POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY

Sanford Levinson

 

SUNAISTHESIS

John von Heyking

 

WHY DID EUROPE CONQUER THE WORLD?

Walter Scheidel

 

SURVIVAL AND GRACE

in Solzhenitsyn’s One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

A.E. Smith

 

ERNST KANTOROWICZ: A LIFE

Michael D. Bailey

 

THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF ALL

Yoav J. Tenembaum

 

A DEFENCE OF THE SOUL

Gerald K. Harrison

 

THERE IS NO FUTURE TREE

S. A. Miller

 

THE COMIC MORALITY OF MIKHAIL BULGAKOV

Angus Smith

 

AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM, AMERICAN FREEDOM

Eric Foner

 

THE ADVENT OF VIRTUAL REALISM

Alexander Zubatov

 

DARWIN AND DOGMA

On Leiter and Weisberg's Review of Mind and Cosmos

Alex Sztuden

 

TRUST AND SOCIETY

Bruce Schneier

 

PASSIVE AND ASSERTIVE SECULARISM

Ahmet T. Kuru

 

CAPITAL, COERCION AND POST-COMMUNIST STATES

Gerald M. Easter

 

NORMAL ACCIDENTS

Charles Perrow

 

GLOBAL CORRUPTION

Laurence Cockcroft

 

THE LINKED RECESSIONS OF THE 1970s AND EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

"A better way to understand the Great Recession is to link it with the recession of 1970s."

Judith Stein

 

THE NECKTIE AND THE HUMAN CONDITION: ONE MAN'S STORY

Michael Jackson

 

THE SOUL OF ACHILLES

Michael Davis

 

IDEOLOGIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Mark L. Haas

 

HOW ENEMIES BECOME FRIENDS: THE SOURCES OF STABLE PEACE

Charles A. Kupchan

 

THE LAST LINGUA FRANCA: ENGLISH UNTIL THE RETURN OF BABEL

Nicholas Ostler

 

THE BRAIN AND THE MEANING OF LIFE

Paul Thagard

 

RECASTING GLOBALIZATION'S NARRATIVE

Dani Rodrik

 

 

WHY NATIONS FAIL

Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson

 

WHY THINK? EVOLUTION AND THE RATIONAL MIND

Ronald de Sousa

 

Marco Iacoboni

 

THE PROMISE OF THRIFT

Joshua J. Yates

 

THE STOICS AND THE EPICUREANS ON FRIENDSHIP, SEX, AND LOVE

Richard Kreitner

 

CAPITALISM AND CRISIS

James Fulcher

 

Colin Crouch

 

A COOPERATIVE SPECIES

Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis

 

Simon Baron-Cohen

 
 
 
 
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