The problem with moral psychology
Joshua Greene's book is intended as a radical challenge to the assumptions of that philosophical enterprise. It benefits from his familiarity with the field, even if his grasp of the views that he discusses is not always accurate.
6 Great Works of Literature Written in 6 Weeks or Less
The Common Core's absurd new reading guidelines
Meet the "Lexile," the absurd reading metric for the Common Core.
This is the 50th anniversary of John F.
Ronald Dworkin and a religious worldview for secularists
On finding religion without God
Burt has written well about more poets than more or less anyone who isn’t twice his age. What's not to love?
In the so-called “global turn” in contemporary historiography, it has not been enough simply to study the way Western powers have affected the rest of the world. The task has also been to show how the rest of the world affected the West. And it has been a matter of applying, even to quite distant historical periods, the controlling metaphor of the digital age: the “network.” Yet a remarkable amount is absent as well.
Celebrating surrogate motherhood too excessively is dangerous, too.
The rancid smell of 21st century literary success
The publishing industry has bounced back. Take in the rancid smell of 21st century literary success.
1. The crash is over—just like everywhere else.“The change was probably the same as what affected the rest of the economy,” says a publishing-house exec. “The acquisitions market now feels healthy.”