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Congratulations to Cyberwar

Oxford University Press has won the 2018 R. R. Hawkins Award, which is awarded by the Association of American Publishers to a single book every year to “recognize outstanding scholarly works in all disciplines of the arts and sciences.”  The post Congratulations to Cyberwar appeared first on OUPblog.         Related StoriesWhat the Paris Peace Conference can teach us about politics todayOral sex is good for older couplesNew narrative nonfiction minisode [More]

How to do fact checking

The actor Cary Grant once said of acting that, “It takes 500 small details to add up to one favorable impression.” That’s true for writing as well—concrete details can paint a picture for a reader and establish credibility for a writer. Details can be tricky, however, and in the swirl of research and the dash of exposition, it is possible to get things wrong: dates, names, quotes, and facts. The post How to do fact checking appeared first on [More]

Are our fantasies immune from morality?

Immoral fantasies are not uncommon, nor are they necessarily unhealthy. Some are silly and unrealistic, though others can be genuinely disturbing. You might fantasize about kicking your boss in the shins, or having an affair with your best friend’s spouse, or planning the perfect murder. The post Are our fantasies immune from morality? appeared first on OUPblog.         Related StoriesPhilosopher of The Month: William James (timeline)The rightful heirs to the British crown: Wales and the sovereignty of BritainThe tortures of adapting Samuel Richardson’s [More]

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