Tom Vanderbilt is in his 40s. His daughter is 4. Together they're learning how to play chess -- and, unwittingly, about the <strong>brain as it ages</strong>

Tom Vanderbilt is in his 40s. His daughter is 4. Together they&#39;re learning how to play chess -- and, unwittingly, about the brain as it
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Should Establishment Republicans Vote for Hillary Clinton?

Embed from Getty Images At the start of May, Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee—all the other Republicans have suspended their campaigns. There is still talk of a contested
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Love and Forgiveness for a More Just World

2016.05.13 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Hent de Vries and Nils F. Schott (eds.), Love and Forgiveness for a More Just World, Columbia University Press, 2015, 243pp.,
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William of Sherwood

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Open position for a postdoctoral researcher in Logic

Job List:&amp;nbsp; Europe Name of institution:&amp;nbsp; Institute for Logic, Language and Computation.
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Practical Reason and the Structure of Actions

[Revised entry by Elijah Millgram on May 11, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] A wave of recent philosophical work on practical rationality is organized by the following implicit
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Maybe you discovered <strong>Jane Austen</strong> in your teens. Reread her and you may find that your feelings have changed. The novels are no less addictive, but they are less romantic

Maybe you discovered Jane Austen in your teens. Reread her and you may find that your feelings have changed. The novels are no less addictive, but they are less
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Luck Egalitarianism

2016.05.12 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, Luck Egalitarianism, Bloomsbury, 2016, 259pp., $29.95 (pbk), ISBN 9781472570420. Reviewed by
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<strong>Slapstick and the Soviets</strong>. Charlie Chaplin turned industrial labor into a circus act. This connected with Petrograd's avant garde - at first

Slapstick and the Soviets. Charlie Chaplin turned industrial labor into a circus act. This connected with Petrograd&#39;s avant garde - at
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To be a writer is to accept abuse. Here's <strong>D.H. Lawrence to Bertrand Russell</strong>: "The article you send me is a plausible lie, and I hate it." They were friends

To be a writer is to accept abuse. Here&#39;s D.H. Lawrence to Bertrand Russell: &quot;The article you send me is a plausible lie, and I hate it.&quot; They were
To be a writer is to accept abuse. Here's D.H. Lawrence to Bertrand Russell: "The article you send me is a plausible lie, and I hate it." They were [More]