Charles Fourier thought men would grow tails. John Humphrey Noyes had a penchant for awkward sexual metaphors. Meet the founders of <strong>America&rsquo;s utopian experiments</strong>

Charles Fourier thought men would grow tails. John Humphrey Noyes had a penchant for awkward sexual metaphors. Meet the founders of America&amp;rsquo;s utopian
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&ldquo;I have a natural horror of letting people see how my mind works,&rdquo; wrote <strong>John Ashbery </strong>at 23. Why is he now engaged in a project of self-exposure?

&amp;ldquo;I have a natural horror of letting people see how my mind works,&amp;rdquo; wrote John Ashbery at 23. Why is he now engaged in a project of
“I have a natural horror of letting people see how my mind works,” wrote John Ashbery at 23. Why is he now engaged in a project of [More]

<strong>Darwin and women</strong>. Publicly dismissive of the female intellect, in private he was completely dependent on it

Darwin and women. Publicly dismissive of the female intellect, in private he was completely dependent on
Darwin and women. Publicly dismissive of the female intellect, in private he was completely dependent on [More]

Kant's Inferentialism: The Case Against Hume

2017.07.12 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews David Landy, Kant&#39;s Inferentialism: The Case Against Hume, Routledge, 2015, 308pp., $49.95, ISBN 9781138062795. Reviewed by
2017.07.12 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews David Landy, Kant's Inferentialism: The Case Against Hume, Routledge, 2015, 308pp., $49.95, ISBN 9781138062795. Reviewed by [More]

Citizenship

[Revised entry by Dominique Leydet on July 17, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] A citizen is a member of a political community who enjoys the rights and assumes the duties of
[Revised entry by Dominique Leydet on July 17, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] A citizen is a member of a political community who enjoys the rights and assumes the duties of [More]

The Economic Analysis of Law

[Revised entry by Lewis Kornhauser on July 17, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] Economic analysis of law applies the tools of microeconomic theory to the analysis of legal
[Revised entry by Lewis Kornhauser on July 17, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] Economic analysis of law applies the tools of microeconomic theory to the analysis of legal [More]

<strong>Mocking Thoreau </strong>is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite, a fraud&nbsp;&mdash; and a lazy one at that &mdash; even before <em>Walden </em>was published

Mocking Thoreau is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite, a fraud&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; and a lazy one at that &amp;mdash; even before Walden was
Mocking Thoreau is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite, a fraud — and a lazy one at that — even before Walden was [More]

What Makes Slavery Evil?

Embed from Getty Images While slavery is still practiced, there is a consensus that it is evil. While apologists for slavery are relatively few, there remains the question as to why slavery is evil.
Embed from Getty Images While slavery is still practiced, there is a consensus that it is evil. While apologists for slavery are relatively few, there remains the question as to why slavery is evil. [More]

A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It&rsquo;s the result that matters, <strong>not the creator</strong>

A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It&amp;rsquo;s the result that matters, not the
A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It’s the result that matters, not the [More]

<strong>Mocking Thoreau </strong>is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite &mdash; a fraud, and a lazy one at that &mdash; even before <em>Walden </em>was published

Mocking Thoreau is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite &amp;mdash; a fraud, and a lazy one at that &amp;mdash; even before Walden was
Mocking Thoreau is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite — a fraud, and a lazy one at that — even before Walden was [More]