Articles in philosophy & religion tagged with history

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Vivian Gornick

When narcissism was pathologized, reformers were labeled as narcissists and discontent swept under the rug. George Scialabba responds.

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Oded Na’aman

When is public death meaningful? A case study of political suicide.

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David Runciman

An interview with David Runciman on his book, The Confidence Trap.

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Claude S. Fischer

The success of humanitarian appeals  is not a given of human nature. They work because we have come to sympathize with the suffering of others, distant and alien.

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William Hogeland

As soon as there was a Constitution, fights about its meaning began.

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Alex Byrne

Is morality a natural phenomenon?

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Lew Daly

The Catholic roots of American Liberalism.

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Charles Johnson

On Artistic Passion.

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William Hogeland

Pete Seeger, William F. Buckley, Jr., and public history.

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William Hogeland

Public history should make us think.