<strong>Charlotte Bront&euml;&rsquo;s awkwardness</strong>. The unrequited love, the early-morning wedding, the incident with the hairpiece -- her social life was in her writing

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Alexius Meinong, The Shepherd of Non-Being

2016.04.03 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Dale Jacquette, Alexius Meinong, The Shepherd of Non-Being, Springer, 2015, 434pp., $179.00 (hbk), ISBN 9783319180748.
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<strong>Eugenics</strong> is now seen as harmful folly. But once it was beloved of progressives, reformers, and intellectual elites. And nowhere was it more central than at Harvard

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Supertasks

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<strong>Art in the Anthropocene</strong>. &ldquo;What will survive of us is love&rdquo;, wrote Philip Larkin. Wrong. What will survive of us is plastic

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<strong>The &ldquo;taint&rdquo; of commerce</strong>. When art becomes a stand-in for wealth and political influence, where does that leave those who collect for sake of collecting?

The &amp;ldquo;taint&amp;rdquo; of commerce. When art becomes a stand-in for wealth and political influence, where does that leave those who collect for sake of
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<strong>Adrienne Rich&rsquo;s feminism</strong> changed her life and her poetry. It also placed her at odds with Susan Sontag, who regarded such moralizing as powerful but limiting

Adrienne Rich&amp;rsquo;s feminism changed her life and her poetry. It also placed her at odds with Susan Sontag, who regarded such moralizing as powerful but
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Reason, Revelation, and Devotion: Inference and Argument in Religion

2016.04.02 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews William J. Wainwright, Reason, Revelation, and Devotion:&#160;Inference and Argument in Religion, Cambridge University Press, 2016,
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Philosophy & My Old Husky I: Post Hoc & Anecdotal Evidence

My Siberian husky, Isis, joined the pack in 2004 at the age of one. It took her a little while to realize that my house was now her house—she set out to chew all that could be chewed, presumably as
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Presocratic Philosophy

[Revised entry by Patricia Curd on April 4, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] The Presocratics were 6th and 5th century BCE Greek thinkers who introduced a new way of
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