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The World Tomorrow - Zizek Vs Horowitz - No Talk of PROFIT

Slavoj Zizek and David Horowitz are the guests for the second episode of Julian Assange's interview show, "The World Tomorrow". "Intellectual superstar" Slavoj Zizek is a... Read more

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How Not to Find Anthropological Universals

The aptly named Christian Smith, professor of sociology at Notre Dame, has posted an article in First Things claiming that “man” (sorry women) is naturally religious. With a... Read more

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    Money: Story Good Evil

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    The 08 April 2012 by   Realizingresonance
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  • Infinite Regress of Turtles

    Infinite Regress Turtles

    In this post on the overconfidence of evangelical atheism, we saw a physicist-philosopher taking serious issue with Lawrence Krauss’ triumphal tome which... Read more

    The 27 April 2012 by   Cris
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  • Fiscal Influence and Federal Power

    Fiscal Influence Federal Power

    Photo courtesy of iStockphoto.Money is the primary influence over virtually every aspect of political power in America. Whether it is public appropriations usin... Read more

    The 22 April 2012 by   Realizingresonance
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  • Character-Acting and Buzzing in Sports

    Character-Acting Buzzing Sports

    Charles Henry Bennett, A Fool's CapLiving and working off the coast of the Hudson River as I do, the horizon line is never far away, and it is easy to become... Read more

    The 27 April 2012 by   Sgulizia
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  • Old Vienna

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    Three new Random House books are adorned by Klimt's art. First, there's Eric Kandel's new book: 'Kandel's key contribution to neuroaesthetics in The Age of... Read more

    The 03 April 2012 by   Praymont
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  • Whither the Philosophical Novel ...

    Whither Philosophical Novel

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    The 30 April 2012 by   Praymont
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  • How Not to Find Anthropological Universals

    Find Anthropological Universals

    The aptly named Christian Smith, professor of sociology at Notre Dame, has posted an article in First Things claiming that “man” (sorry women) is naturally... Read more

    The 11 April 2012 by   Cris
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  • Owning Emotions Versus Identifying with Emotions

    Owning Emotions Versus Identifying with

    I just got asked a really interesting question over email about the mindful approach to emotions. I thought I’d share my answer here. Read more

    The 27 April 2012 by   Megbarker
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