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
Can the Republic live up to its ideals?
John R. Bowen
Why some philosophers say we can’t.
Cognitive science’s search for a common morality.
What we owe people who stay.
Joseph H. Carens
On the universals of language and rights.
Contempt for religion costs Democrats more than votes.
The place of Christianity in public life.
Albert J. Raboteau
Mistakes are made. We are sometimes wrong about the time of the next train, the restaurant’s
The Democrats called, but they didn’t call back.
How evangelical Protestantism came to dominate American religion.
Gary B. Nash
In search of a Muslim democracy.
Philosophical Analysis in the Twentieth Century.
Alex Byrne, Ned Hall
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
David Theo Goldberg
Chris Hong, Robert Manduca, Nic Johnson
Jules Joanne Gleeson
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