Need someone to frame a house, glaze a window, build a fence, plow a field, butcher a hen, call a square dance, explain your soul? <strong>Daniel Dennett</strong> is your man

Need someone to frame a house, glaze a window, build a fence, plow a field, butcher a hen, call a square dance, explain your soul? Daniel Dennett is your
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Making Government Like Business: Skills & Methods

Embed from Getty Images President Trump assigned his son-in-law Jared Kushner to head up the effort to make the federal government more like a business. Trump has already been a leader in this
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Norms in the Wild: How to Diagnose, Measure, and Change Social Norms

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Long before he encountered Marx, <strong>Lenin was radicalized by literature</strong>. He read Shakespeare, Goethe, and Pushkin aloud. He was hostile to the avant-garde

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Dwight Garner on <strong>Camille Paglia</strong>: "Reading this book is like being stranded in a bar where the jukebox has only two songs, both by Pat Benatar"&nbsp;

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We live in an <strong>age of offense</strong>. Never has outrage enjoyed more legitimacy or been more a marker of moral status&nbsp;

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Levinas' Ethical Politics

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Folk Psychology as Mental Simulation

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Theory and Observation in Science

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Writers have long been envious of the visual language of painters. Yet &ldquo;We don&rsquo;t read Maupassant for the colors, or Zola for the lighting,&rdquo; says <strong>Julian Barnes</strong>

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