<p>What's the relationship between fact and fiction in Jane Austen's novels? Janeites take pride in discovering &ldquo;truths," but <strong>Austen was fond of fabrication</strong></p>

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From Emerson and Carlyle to Lamarck and Darwin, thinkers have debated agency. But where does debating the <strong>free will of squirrels</strong>, rocks, and robots get us?

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Is <strong>psychology the key</strong> to understanding the politics of resentment, antagonism, and self-contradiction? Pankaj Mishra enjoins us to revisit Rousseau, Dostoyevsky, Nietzsche

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Ten Philosophical Essays in the Christian Tradition

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