For want of a comma

The Oxford Comma, so named because it first appeared in the 1905 Oxford University Press Style Guide, is the comma that comes before the word and in a series of three or more listed items. Also
The Oxford Comma, so named because it first appeared in the 1905 Oxford University Press Style Guide, is the comma that comes before the word and in a series of three or more listed items. Also [More]

What is social justice?

Notions of social justice generally embrace values such as the equal worth of all citizens, their equal right to meet their basic needs, the need to spread opportunity and life chances as widely as
Notions of social justice generally embrace values such as the equal worth of all citizens, their equal right to meet their basic needs, the need to spread opportunity and life chances as widely as [More]

The difficulty of <strong>Cy Twombly&rsquo;s literariness</strong>. His work is about sentiment, not ideas -- and yet Romantic poetry and classical texts often populate his work

The difficulty of Cy Twombly&amp;rsquo;s literariness. His work is about sentiment, not ideas -- and yet Romantic poetry and classical texts often populate his
The difficulty of Cy Twombly’s literariness. His work is about sentiment, not ideas -- and yet Romantic poetry and classical texts often populate his [More]

In the mid-1930s, when Nazi jurists and politicians looked for <strong>innovations in racism</strong> and a guide on how to discriminate, they looked to America

In the mid-1930s, when Nazi jurists and politicians looked for innovations in racism and a guide on how to discriminate, they looked to
In the mid-1930s, when Nazi jurists and politicians looked for innovations in racism and a guide on how to discriminate, they looked to [More]

Even Miltonists know that almost no one reads <strong><em>Paradise Lost</em></strong> anymore. But Wordsworth is still right: &ldquo;Milton! thou shouldst be living at this hour&rdquo;

Even Miltonists know that almost no one reads Paradise Lost anymore. But Wordsworth is still right: &amp;ldquo;Milton! thou shouldst be living at this
Even Miltonists know that almost no one reads Paradise Lost anymore. But Wordsworth is still right: “Milton! thou shouldst be living at this [More]

Hybrid Logic

[Revised entry by Torben Bra&#252;ner on March 24, 2017. Changes to: Main text] Hybrid logics are logics that result by adding further expressive power to ordinary modal logic. The most basic hybrid
[Revised entry by Torben Braüner on March 24, 2017. Changes to: Main text] Hybrid logics are logics that result by adding further expressive power to ordinary modal logic. The most basic hybrid [More]