Articles in philosophy & religion tagged with history

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Gregory Jones-Katz

Lampooned as a dangerous import from Paris, deconstruction is in fact a distinctively American phenomenon.

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David Sehat

Conservative Christians are out to restore their historical legal privileges.

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Samuel Moyn

In the age of human rights, the language of duties has withered.

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James G. Chappel

Secularism is fundamental to liberal governance. But is it sustainable?

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Meghan O’Gieblyn

The recurring, and often conflicting, narratives of technology and progress.

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A discussion of the fear and inertia baked into U.S. politics.

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Samuel Moyn

On Larry Siedentrop's Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism.

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Steven Shapin

Scientists have discarded the moral authority that previously accrued to their vocation.

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Ronald Aronson

Fifty years later, One-Dimensional Man looks more prescient than its author could have imagined.

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F. M. Kamm

Many more Palestinians have been killed in Gaza than Israelis. Is this, on its own, justified?