How to describe late <strong>Henry James</strong>? Rebarbatively abstract, recondite, complicated, confusing -- all true. It's his difficulty that helps makes him worth reading

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Many scholars seek a solemn, serious life, like monks determined to eradicate frivolity. <strong>Benedict Anderson</strong> favored jokes, digressions, and sarcasm

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The Conceptual Mind: New Directions in the Study of Concepts

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If moral responsibility and the social institutions that enforce it depend on belief in our own agency, what happens when we lose faith in <strong>free will</strong>?

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Moral Psychology and Education: Putting the Humanities to Work (NEH Summer Institute)

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The art of suffering. In private, <strong>Edith Piaf</strong> was a practical joker. On stage, she personified deprivation, pain, loss -- and she never broke character

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Tolstoy, Turgenev, and Dostoyevsky regarded <strong>Alexander Herzen</strong> as one of the finest prose writers. Then Lenin praised him, and his reputation never recovered

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If moral responsibility and the social institutions that enforce it depend on belief in our own agency, what happens when we lose faith in <strong>free wil</strong>l?

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Understanding & “An Open Letter to My White Colleagues”

Embed from Getty Images The May 2016 issue of the NEA Higher Education Advocate features “An Open Letter to my White Colleagues” by Professor Dana Stachowiak. Since I have a genetic background that
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<strong>Toxic adverbs</strong>! Prose today is polluted by them. They are an abomination, evidence of dullness in the choice of verbs and adjectives

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