Paranoia, brutality, longevity: Stalin's three decades in power have the ingredients of a great novel. So why the dearth of <strong>Stalinist fiction</strong>?

Paranoia, brutality, longevity: Stalin&#39;s three decades in power have the ingredients of a great novel. So why the dearth of Stalinist
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The Impact of Idealism: The Legacy of Post-Kantian German Thought, Volume III: Aesthetics and Literature

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Philosopher of the month: Immanuel Kant

A teacher and professor of logic and metaphysics, Kant is today considered one of the most significant thinkers of all time. His influence is so great, European philosophy is generally divided into
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The study of creativity carries a quasi-scientific aura and a seemingly irresistible appeal to the business traveler. <strong>Thomas Frank</strong> is dubious

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The study of creativity carries a quasi-scientific aura and a seemingly irresistible appeal to the business traveler. <strong>Thomas Frank</strong> is dubious&nbsp;

The study of creativity carries a quasi-scientific aura and a seemingly irresistible appeal to the business traveler. Thomas Frank is
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<strong>Museum work in America</strong> has always required an unusual mixture of scholarship, showmanship, and prodigous talent for raising money

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<strong>Who was Terry Southern</strong>? Writer, faded celebrity, stoner-raconteur, and pioneer of all that was breathless, new, and weird in the '60s

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“Trump” Terror at Emory

It was the day that fear and pain came to Emory University. No, it was not another horrific campus shooting. This day of terror was inflicted by chalked “Trump 2016” messages. In response, students
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Simpson's Paradox

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Ludwik Fleck

[Revised entry by Wojciech Sady on April 1, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] In the 1930s, Ludwik Fleck (1896 - 1961), a Polish-Jewish microbiologist, developed the first system of the
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