“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
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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

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<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?

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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

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The last -ism?

There has lately been something like an arms race in literary studies to name whatever comes after postmodernism. Post-postmodernism, cosmodernism, digimodernism, automodernism, altermodernism, and
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<p>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</p>

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La raison des normes: Essai sur Kant

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From the Knowledge Argument to Mental Substance: Resurrecting the Mind

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