<strong>The boy who bullied Byron</strong>. John Charles Wallop loved blood, hangings, and funerals. He was considered insane. But what&rsquo;s insanity to an English aristocrat?

The boy who bullied Byron. John Charles Wallop loved blood, hangings, and funerals. He was considered insane. But what&amp;rsquo;s insanity to an English
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"Protokollon," "orpiment," "cockled," "glazing hammer," "anthropodermic bibliopegy": Behold the esoteric <strong>vocabulary of bibliophiles</strong>

&quot;Protokollon,&quot; &quot;orpiment,&quot; &quot;cockled,&quot; &quot;glazing hammer,&quot; &quot;anthropodermic bibliopegy&quot;: Behold the esoteric vocabulary of
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To grasp a society's deepest tensions, look to its big, popular art form. In the West, it used to be the novel. In India now, it's <strong>Bollywood</strong>

To grasp a society&#39;s deepest tensions, look to its big, popular art form. In the West, it used to be the novel. In India now, it&#39;s
To grasp a society's deepest tensions, look to its big, popular art form. In the West, it used to be the novel. In India now, it's [More]

A History of Women's Political Thought in Europe, 1700-1800

2016.08.39 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Karen Green, A History of Women&#39;s Political Thought in Europe, 1700-1800, Cambridge University Press, 2015, 306pp, $99.00 (hbk),
2016.08.39 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Karen Green, A History of Women's Political Thought in Europe, 1700-1800, Cambridge University Press, 2015, 306pp, $99.00 (hbk), [More]

Abner of Burgos

[Revised entry by Shalom Sadik on August 31, 2016. Changes to: Bibliography] Abner of Burgos (Alfonso de Valladolid; c. 1260 - 1347) was perhaps the most important philosopher in the stream of
[Revised entry by Shalom Sadik on August 31, 2016. Changes to: Bibliography] Abner of Burgos (Alfonso de Valladolid; c. 1260 - 1347) was perhaps the most important philosopher in the stream of [More]

Third Party Candidates & Presidential Debates

When I was an undergraduate, one of my political science professors liked to say that one major difference between the Soviet Union and the United States was that we had one more political party
When I was an undergraduate, one of my political science professors liked to say that one major difference between the Soviet Union and the United States was that we had one more political party [More]

“Clown”: The KL-series pauses for a while

Those who have followed this series will remember that English kl-words form a loose fraternity of clinging, clinking, and clotted-cluttered things. Clover, cloth, clod, cloud, and clout have
Those who have followed this series will remember that English kl-words form a loose fraternity of clinging, clinking, and clotted-cluttered things. Clover, cloth, clod, cloud, and clout have [More]

In the dim light of his prison cell, <strong>Oscar Wilde</strong>&nbsp;was no longer trying to amuse readers or mock his betters. His writing became stranger and more beautiful

In the dim light of his prison cell, Oscar Wilde&amp;nbsp;was no longer trying to amuse readers or mock his betters. His writing became stranger and more
In the dim light of his prison cell, Oscar Wilde was no longer trying to amuse readers or mock his betters. His writing became stranger and more [More]

<strong>The vanishing Christian intellectual</strong>. Auden, Eliot, Lewis, Niebuhr once dominated public discourse and dotted the covers of <em>Time</em>. Where are their descendants?

The vanishing Christian intellectual. Auden, Eliot, Lewis, Niebuhr once dominated public discourse and dotted the covers of Time. Where are their
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The <strong>replication crisis</strong> in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn't rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad incentives

The replication crisis in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn&#39;t rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad
The replication crisis in psychology is rooted in bad incentives: skepticism isn't rewarded, unexpected findings are. But coverage of the crisis is susceptible to its own bad [More]