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Prophets of Paradise?

Jacob Bruggeman discusses the techno-utopian dream in a review of Nicholas Carr’s Utopia Is Creepy.

Defending Against the Old Chaos

Francis P. Sempa reviews The Grand Strategy of the Habsburg Empire by A. Wess Mitchell.

Not Enough Argument

Oliver Traldi reviews Samuel Moyn’s Not Enough.

Prophets of Paradise?

Prophets of Paradise?

Jacob Bruggeman discusses the techno-utopian dream in a review of Nicholas Carr’s Utopia Is Creepy.

Sandel in China

Sandel in China

Jason Morgan reviews Encountering China: Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy.

Making Silly People Uncomfortable

Making Silly People Uncomfortable

A conversation with the acclaimed philosopher John Gray about his most recent book and his thoughts on Christianity and the decline of liberalism.

Permanent Like Achilles

Permanent Like Achilles

Bob Dylan took Latin. Patrick J. Burns reviews Why Bob Dylan Matters, an insightful reflection on Dylan’s investment and, ultimately, his participation, in the Western literary tradition by Richard Thomas.

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