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Richard Rorty’s Love or Money Liberalism

Richard Rorty’s Love or Money Liberalism

Richard Rorty, known for his post-modernist philosophy, was old fashioned in his politics…

Thinking the New Protest Culture: Arendt

Thinking the New Protest Culture: Arendt

Arendt’s wisdom provides a unique of understanding the spectre haunting the American university – the spectre of protest.  Across the country, universities have erupted in largely non-violent, very public…

Thor: Ragnarok, a Liberal Allegory

Thor: Ragnarok, a Liberal Allegory

The character of Thor offers a model for how the heirs of privilege can move forward to a more just world. When Thor learns of the destructive history of Asgard…

The Warm Liberalism of Erik Gustaf Geijer

The Warm Liberalism of Erik Gustaf Geijer

A volume of newly translated material rediscovers an early Swedish liberal…

The Meaning of the Gettysburg Address, 154 Years Later

The Meaning of the Gettysburg Address, 154 Years Later

Lincoln’s speech on the meaning of America’s greatest struggle is as relevant as ever…

The Game Theory of Why We Should Believe Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

The Game Theory of Why We Should Believe Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

The importance of believing the victims of sexual misconduct prior to, and even in lieu of, hard evidence in support of their allegations has become something close to a consensus…