<strong>Philip Larkin's photographs</strong>. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images &mdash;&nbsp;striking, sensitive, emotion-filled &mdash;&nbsp;send us back to the poems with new eyes

Philip Larkin&#39;s photographs. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;striking, sensitive, emotion-filled &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;send us back to the poems with new
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Throughout his career, J. M Coetzee has been centrally preoccupied with how to tell the truth of an individual life, most of all, how to find the appropriate narrator and fictional genre. Many of
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Data Ethics

Job List:&amp;nbsp; Americas Name of institution:&amp;nbsp; University of Washington, Information
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<strong>Philip Larkin's photographs</strong>. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images -- striking, sensitive, emotion-filled -- send us back to the poems with new eyes

Philip Larkin&#39;s photographs. He picked up a camera as a child, and the images -- striking, sensitive, emotion-filled -- send us back to the poems with new
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Literary biography meets the anecdote-proof life. <strong>Wallace Stevens</strong> loved long walks, gifts from Ceylon, and persimmons. Does knowing that help us understand his poetry?

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Can an insidious artifact of Hitler be neutralized by a phalanx of footnotes and annotations? Here comes a new critical edition of <em><strong>Mein</strong> Kampf</em>

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Plotinus: Myth, Metaphor, and Philosophical Practice

2016.09.13 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Stephen R.L. Clark, Plotinus: Myth, Metaphor, and Philosophical Practice, University of Chicago Press, 2016, 344pp., $55.00
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Genetic Drift

[New Entry by Roberta L. Millstein on September 15, 2016.] In the 1950s, a lively debate broke out among biologists that continues to this day, over what might seem like the most unlikely of
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Maurice Merleau-Ponty

[Revised entry by Ted Toadvine on September 14, 2016. Changes to: 0] [Editor&#39;s Note: The following new entry by Ted Toadvine replaces the former entry on this topic by the previous
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Policebot Profiling

Embed from Getty Images In 2016 the Dallas police used a remotely operated robot to kill a suspect with a bomb. While this marked a new use for robots in the realm of domestic policing, the decision
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