A Political and Literary Forum
Philosopher Karl Popper famously asked how to tell the two apart. His answer—falsifiability—hasn’t aged well, but the effort lives on.
Michael D. Gordin
Nevada Seeks to Eliminate Philosophy
Todd Edwin Jones
Why the Open Internet Is Worth Saving
The Ethics of David Foster Wallace.
Leland de la Durantaye
In my time working at Citigroup, I learned how to connive customers.
Marriage has not been one unchanging institution over time. Features that once seemed essential and indispensable proved otherwise.
Nancy F. Cott
The history of Christian Democracy provides both reasons for optimism in Turkey.
The main argument of Cognitive Surplus rests on a striking analogy.
Will Colombia’s democracy survive the violence?
Luis Fernando Medina
A response to Colin Dayan's "Dead Dogs."
How programs like Google Docs rob users of their freedom.
Richard M. Stallman
Vivian Gornick reviews Michael J. Sandel's Justice: What's the Right Thing To Do?
H.L. Hix: Philosopher-Poet.
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David Theo Goldberg
Chris Hong, Robert Manduca, Nic Johnson
Jules Joanne Gleeson
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