The Aesthetics and Ethics of Copying

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Externalism and Self-Knowledge

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The <strong>search for ecstasy</strong>. In 1960 an estimated 20 percent of Americans said they'd had a mystical experience. Now it's 50 percent

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<strong>The essay</strong>, that most elegant and slippery of forms, resists being pinned down. Its strength derives from a &ldquo;combination of exactitude and evasion&rdquo;

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Is a tome three feet wide by two feet high <strong>a book</strong>? What about one with an embedded digital clock? Or a suitcase filled with lithographs?

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A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos

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Justice

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If economists aren't questioning the <strong>effectiveness of economic theory</strong>, they should be. Simply put: Their claim to scientific expertise is no longer tenable

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Foucault's Futures: A Critique of Reproductive Reason

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