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Dave Hickey is a genius, a cantankerous, chain-smoking, art-critic kind of genius who detests collectors, museums, and academe... more»
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Kerouac carried a copy, Henry Miller venerated it, F. Scott Fitzgerald borrowed its title. But Le Grand Meaulnes today is little read... more»
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The Internet apostate. Jaron Lanier – virtual-reality pioneer, wind-instrument aficionado – helped create the digital world. Now he’s a critic... more»
Is James Wood abandoning criticism? “It’s tiresome to hand down judgments all day. You want to do something else with the language”... more»
The adventure gene. The urge to explore, take risks, embrace change is innate. So how does sailing off the map make evolutionary sense?... more»
Camille Paglia has a Christopher Hitchens problem. The late critic, she says, was “committed to no real ideas outside his personal advancement”...more»
Wine and wit. From Falstaff’s tavern underworld to drunken delusions in The Tempest to Cassio’s intoxication in Othello, alcohol aids drama – Shakespeare’s, at least... more»
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It’s been said that Cézanne altered our conception of the world. Maybe. But comparing him to Marx and Freud? Julian Barnes isn’t having it... more»
It’s been said that Cézanne altered our conception of the world. Maybe. But comparing him to Marx and Freud? Julian Barnes isn’t having it... more»
It’s been said that Cézanne altered our conception of the world. Maybe. But comparing him to Marx and Freud? Julian Barnes isn’t having it... more»

Saul Steinberg was deep without being difficult, an intellectual who put on no airs, a genius, a prankster, a bad husband. And a grim, self-loathing old man...more»

We dont know much about Titian. The artist was a family man, though he gallivanted with Venetian nobleman and high-class pornographers... more»

Philip Larkin didn’t much like the poor, or black people, or other writers, or himself. But he was fond of Kingsley Amis, at least some of the time... more»

No institutions, no expectations, no regard for the audience: Geoff Dyer does as he pleases. His capacity for change is impressive... more»

Jackson Lears has been thinking about the relationship between intellectual celebrity and conventional wisdom. He’s been thinking about Jared Diamond...more»

Before Hobbes, political thought was historical thought, much of it wacky. Since Hobbes, political thought is about ideas, many of them preposterous... more»

Imagine a world in which everything is operatic: People don’t talk, they sing; women dress as men posing as women; everything is ludicrous... more»

Beethovens Fifth is synonymous with artistic genius. Those severe, brooding, portentous first four notes are a masterstroke of misdirection... more»
Cézanne was brilliant. But a shaper of the modern world, a colonizer of our collective conscious? It’s an audacious claim, and a foolish one... more»
Cézanne was brilliant. But a shaper of the modern world, a colonizer of our collective conscious? It’s an audacious claim, and a foolish one... more»
Whether working at an ice cream parlor or pontificating on political violence,Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman were at center of every radical cause... more»

As Martin Amiss literary powers decline, and his moral pretensions and celebrity grow, insulting him has become a literary pastime... more»

Reading Freud in Tehran. Oedipus complexes and incestuous dreams: neurosis knows no boundaries. The talking cure catches on in Iran... more»

On epigraphs. They’re more than quotations, more than showoffy mottos. They’re a reminder that creating literature is a social act... more»

The science of jokes. Empirical investigations and cognitive theses help explain the cerebral side of humor. But fart jokes remain a mystery... more»

Whether working at an ice cream parlor or pontificating on political violence, Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman were at center of every radical cause... more»

What does our vocabulary say about the state of criticism? Words like “interesting” and “cute” have given rise to a minor aesthetics for middling art...more»

Before the fatwa, Salman Rushdie wrote great books. Since the fatwa, he’s become a name-dropping, New York socialite. Did the ayatollah win?... more»
Charles Rosens world comprised a piano stacked with music, a desk and table laden with papers and books, and long, discursive conversations... more»
Charles Rosens world comprised a piano stacked with music, a desk and table laden with papers and books, and long, discursive conversations... more»
Charles Rosens world comprised a piano stacked with music, a desk and table laden with papers and books, and long, discursive conversations... more»

In 1864, Herman Melville was asked to contribute to a volume of literary works. He sent in a poem, and regretted it almost immediately... more»
The history of invented languages is one of failure. But that didn’t discourage a former California state employee, or the Slavic utopians who appropriated his language... more»
The history of invented languages is one of failure. But that didn’t discourage a former California state employee, or the Slavic utopians who appropriated his language... more»

“I have a happy life,” says Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Tom Bartlett wanted to know more, so he had lunch with Taleb. It didn’t go well... more»
The data vigilante. Social psychology is beset by sloppiness and fraud, says Uri Simonsohn, who is bringing the perpetrators to justice... more»
The data vigilante. Social psychology is beset by sloppiness and fraud, says Uri Simonsohn, who is bringing the perpetrators to justice... more»
Pi on the door, pentagonal sinks in the bathrooms, square-wheeled tricycle on the track: Must be the Museum of Mathematics... more»
Pi on the door, pentagonal sinks in the bathrooms, square-wheeled tricycle on the track: Must be the Museum of Mathematics... more»
Do you sneer at things predigital, use words like “disruptive,” tap the wisdom of the crowd? Get a grip: Youve become a cyberguru... more»
Do you sneer at things predigital, use words like “disruptive,” tap the wisdom of the crowd? Get a grip: Youve become a cyberguru... more»
Do you sneer at things predigital, use words like “disruptive,” tap the wisdom of the crowd? Get a grip: Youve become a cyberguru... more»
Of course poetry teaches us how to live, lifts the veil from our eyes. But there’s something else: Poetry makes you weird... more»
Of course poetry teaches us how to live, lifts the veil from our eyes. But there’s something else: Poetry makes you weird... more»
At 80, V.S. Naipaul insists that he has nothing more to say. But he’s still talking – about the Arab Spring, political correctness, sex, his cat... more»

High culture was concerned with truth. Now it propagates nonsense. Fake ideas have replaced real ones; fake intellectuals have supplanted genuine scholars... more»
There are certain words that pry open our imaginations and make us think about things otherwise ignored. For Robert Fulford, “palimpsest” is one such word... more»
At 80, V.S. Naipaul insists that he has nothing more to say. But he’s still talking – about the Arab Spring, political correctness, sex, his cat... more»

There are certain words that pry open our imaginations and make us think about things otherwise ignored. For Robert Fulford, “palimpsest” is one such word... more»
Pleasure is the beach, a new sweater, a pineapple Popsicle. Joy is dropping Ecstasy, falling in love, having children. Zadie Smith parses the distinction... more»
Howard Goldblatt, premier English translator of Chinese fiction, was a late bloomer. “I was amazingly stupid for the first 30 years of my life”... more»
Pleasure is the beach, a new sweater, a pineapple Popsicle. Joy is dropping Ecstasy, falling in love, having children. Zadie Smith parses the distinction... more»
Culture once meant intellectual heights and aesthetic ideals. Now it means petty entertainment. Mario Vargas Llosa and Gilles Lipovetsky explain... more»

Culture once meant intellectual heights and aesthetic ideals. Now it means petty entertainment. Mario Vargas Llosa and Gilles Lipovetsky explain... more»
Scientists once mocked the pretentious, omniscient claims of philosophical positivists. Now scientism is guilty of the same folly... more»
For the past 700 years, banking and art have shaped our understanding of value, speculation, and profiteering... more»

Scientists once mocked the pretentious, omniscient claims of philosophical positivists. Now scientism is guilty of the same folly... more»

Serendipity and secondhand bookstores. The future looks bleak for those who enjoy perusing old books on arcane subjects... more»

Hunter-gatherers, esoteric cults, revolutionary brigades: We’ve always had a capacity for in-group imitation. And we are as ritualistic today as we've ever been... more»
Marcel Duchamp was ambivalent, even embarrassed, about producing art. He was in search of a medium untainted by aesthetics. He was, in short, a Romantic... more»
He’s done 8,700 self-portraits and will soon be featured in a Paris art show. So why is Bryan Saunders living in a drug-ridden hovel... more»
Marcel Duchamp was ambivalent, even embarrassed, about producing art. He was in search of a medium untainted by aesthetics. He was, in short, a Romantic... more»
Justin Smith loves kids, he really does. But please stop telling him that a philosopher cannot realize his potential unless he becomes a parent... more»
Four percent of Fortune 500 CEO’s are women. Why don’t more women ascend to the top? Maybe they don’t want to... more»
Justin Smith loves kids, he really does. But please stop telling him that a philosopher cannot realize his potential unless he becomes a parent... more»
Elegies for ink and paper abound, but are physical books going away? Not necessarily. Handwriting, on the other hand, is toast... more»

Elegies for ink and paper abound, but are physical books going away? Not necessarily. Handwriting, on the other hand, is toast... more»
Homework has few champions: Children loathe it, parents suffer through it, teachers can’t get out from under it. Now the president of France wants to ban it... more»
Four percent of Fortune 500 CEO’s are women. Why don’t more women ascend to the top? Maybe they don’t want to... more»
Robert Ingersoll, the Great Agnostic, never met a podium he didn’t mount, a crowd he couldn’t move. “It is a positive joy to put out the fires of hell”... more»
Homework has few champions: Children loathe it, parents suffer through it, teachers can’t get out from under it. Now the president of France wants to ban it... more»
Teenage boys are impressionable. Some fall under the sway of Ayn Rand, others of Tolkien. For Paul Krugman it was Isaac Asimov... more»
Teenage boys are impressionable. Some fall under the sway of Ayn Rand, others of Tolkien. For Paul Krugman it was Isaac Asimov... more»
Amy Leal used to dream about becoming a renowned literary scholar. Now she dreams about her son – that he remains alive and able to eat and walk... more»
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The history of boredom turns out to be anything but. What Seneca described as a kind of nausea is necessary, useful, even interesting... more»
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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Dionne Jr. Michael Dirda Maureen Dowd Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Suzanne Fields Daniel Finkelstein Robert Fisk Thomas Friedman Robert Fulford Frank Furedi Malcolm Gladwell Ellen Goodman Victor Davis Hanson Johann Hari Nat Hentoff David Horowitz Jeff Jacoby Clive James Robert Kagan Mickey Kaus Roger Kimball Martin Kramer Morton Kondracke Chas Krauthammer Paul Krugman Howard Kurtz Norman Lebrecht James Lileks Tod Lindberg Salim Mansour Mark Morford Brendan O'Neill Camille Paglia John Allen Paulos William Pfaff Melanie Phillips Daniel Pipes Katha Pollitt Virginia Postrel Dorothy Rabinowitz Jonathan Rauch Carlin Romano Milt Rosenberg Roger Sandall Sam Smith Thomas Sowell Mark Steyn Andrew Sullivan John Tierney Tunku Varadarajan Shankar Vedantam David Warren Margaret Wente George Will Keith Windschuttle Jonathan Yardley William Zinsser     face=times>Favorites Arion Baker Street Irregulars Big Think Bloggingheads Butterflies & Wheels Climate Debate Daily Cognition & Culture CounterPunch Cultural Weekly The Daily Beast Debka File Drudge Report Ducts Economic Principals Edge Ethics & Policy Eurozine FrontPage Gene Expression Fora TV Globalist Guernica Magazine I Want Media Ifeminists Improbable Research Jewcy Jewish Ideas Daily Killing the Buddha Lapham's Quarterly Logos MEMRI Mr. Beller's 'hood Nationmaster Nthposition Obscure Store Open Culture Open Democracy Overlawyered The Page Poetry Project Syndicate Quackwatch Romenesko Rutherford Journal Science/Creationism Shakespeare Web Skeptic's Dictionary Smart Set Snopes Social Issues Centre Spiked-Online Strange Maps Table Matters TED ThoughtCast TomPaine Top Ten Books Web del Sol Wimp.com Woodpile Report Words Without Borders face=times>Weblogs Ira Altschiller Amygdalit Bryan Appleyard Armavirumque Larry Arnhart Atrios Adam Baer David Barash Matthew Battles Graham Beattie Becker and Posner Two Blowhards Bob's Art Blog David Bordwell Brainstorm Britannica Copy, Shake, and Paste Crooked Timber Lawrence Solum Chicago Boyz The Corner Colby Cosh Eric Crampton Culture Wars Richard Dawkins Brad DeLong A.C.Douglas Epicurean Dealmaker Amitai Etzioni Stephen Franks Peter Ginna Instapundit Michael Kaplan Allen MacNeill Marginal Revolution Norman Geras Lester Hunt IWF Inkwell Steven Johnson Brothers Judd Satoshi Kanazawa Daily Kos Brian Leiter Little Green Footballs Derek Lowe Colin Marshall Grant McCracken Steve McIntyre Warren Meyer Middle East Strategy D.G.Myers John Naughton The New Inquiry Gloria Origgi Overcoming Bias Bibliographing Chequer-Board Page Views Michael Phillips Political Animal Matthew Price The Revealer Matt Ridley Stephen Romei Alex Ross Lib Samizdata Russell Seitz Peter Stothard David Sucher Talking Points Memo Three Quarks Daily The Valve Volokh Conspiracy Nigel Warburton Will Wilkinson James Wolcott Wonkette Woodward & Hall Toby Young Radio News NPR Hourly News: RealAudio 24hr Stream: Windows C-SPAN Streams: RealAudio/Windows BBC World Service: Bulletins: RealAudio 24hr Stream: RealAudio CBC Radio One: Windows Australia ABC: RealAudio/Windows VOA News: RealAudio Deutsche Welle TV: Video World Radio Network: WRN Schedules Windows streaming Public Radio Fan Radio Music ABC Classic Real/Windows AccuRadio classical Instant Bach BBC 3 Real WCPE Windows/Real Classic Archive Concertzender Bartok Radio Real KUOL Real/Windows Klassik Hamburg Windows Bayern Klassik Windows RNE Cl·sica KBPS Classic Real KING Windows KUSC Real/Windows Swiss Classic WFMT Windows WNYC Windows/ITunes WRCJ Detroit WGBH Boston WGUC Windows WQXR Windows WQXR's Q2 Windows Cool Blue Windows Classical links Europe Classical links USA face=times>Diversions Scarlatti Sonatas Bad Writing Contest Blackjack Cracked Darwin Awards Dilbert Leno, Letterman jokes The Onion Poetry Daily Smoke-Free Carmen Wine Lovers' Page face=times>Classics Francis Fukuyama on the End of History Robert Kagan on Power and Weakness New York Review of Books, vol. 1 no. 1 The Russian Empire, 1910, in full color Elizabeth Loftus on False Memories Kahlil Gibran, forsooth Is God an Accident? The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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Dionne Jr. Michael Dirda Maureen Dowd Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Suzanne Fields Daniel Finkelstein Robert Fisk Thomas Friedman Robert Fulford Frank Furedi Malcolm Gladwell Ellen Goodman Victor Davis Hanson Johann Hari Nat Hentoff David Horowitz Jeff Jacoby Clive James Robert Kagan Mickey Kaus Roger Kimball Martin Kramer Morton Kondracke Chas Krauthammer Paul Krugman Howard Kurtz Norman Lebrecht James Lileks Tod Lindberg Salim Mansour Mark Morford Brendan O'Neill Camille Paglia John Allen Paulos William Pfaff Melanie Phillips Daniel Pipes Katha Pollitt Virginia Postrel Dorothy Rabinowitz Jonathan Rauch Carlin Romano Milt Rosenberg Roger Sandall Sam Smith Thomas Sowell Mark Steyn Andrew Sullivan John Tierney Tunku Varadarajan Shankar Vedantam David Warren Margaret Wente George Will Keith Windschuttle Jonathan Yardley William Zinsser     face=times>Favorites Arion Baker Street Irregulars Big Think Bloggingheads Butterflies & Wheels Climate Debate Daily Cognition & Culture CounterPunch Cultural Weekly The Daily Beast Debka File Drudge Report Ducts Economic Principals Edge Ethics & Policy Eurozine FrontPage Gene Expression Fora TV Globalist Guernica Magazine I Want Media Ifeminists Improbable Research Jewcy Jewish Ideas Daily Killing the Buddha Lapham's Quarterly Logos MEMRI Mr. Beller's 'hood Nationmaster Nthposition Obscure Store Open Culture Open Democracy Overlawyered The Page Poetry Project Syndicate Quackwatch Romenesko Rutherford Journal Science/Creationism Shakespeare Web Skeptic's Dictionary Smart Set Snopes Social Issues Centre Spiked-Online Strange Maps Table Matters TED ThoughtCast TomPaine Top Ten Books Web del Sol Wimp.com Woodpile Report Words Without Borders face=times>Weblogs Ira Altschiller Amygdalit Bryan Appleyard Armavirumque Larry Arnhart Atrios Adam Baer David Barash Matthew Battles Graham Beattie Becker and Posner Two Blowhards Bob's Art Blog David Bordwell Brainstorm Britannica Copy, Shake, and Paste Crooked Timber Lawrence Solum Chicago Boyz The Corner Colby Cosh Eric Crampton Culture Wars Richard Dawkins Brad DeLong A.C.Douglas Epicurean Dealmaker Amitai Etzioni Stephen Franks Peter Ginna Instapundit Michael Kaplan Allen MacNeill Marginal Revolution Norman Geras Lester Hunt IWF Inkwell Steven Johnson Brothers Judd Satoshi Kanazawa Daily Kos Brian Leiter Little Green Footballs Derek Lowe Colin Marshall Grant McCracken Steve McIntyre Warren Meyer Middle East Strategy D.G.Myers John Naughton The New Inquiry Gloria Origgi Overcoming Bias Bibliographing Chequer-Board Page Views Michael Phillips Political Animal Matthew Price The Revealer Matt Ridley Stephen Romei Alex Ross Lib Samizdata Russell Seitz Peter Stothard David Sucher Talking Points Memo Three Quarks Daily The Valve Volokh Conspiracy Nigel Warburton Will Wilkinson James Wolcott Wonkette Woodward & Hall Toby Young Radio News NPR Hourly News: RealAudio 24hr Stream: Windows C-SPAN Streams: RealAudio/Windows BBC World Service: Bulletins: RealAudio 24hr Stream: RealAudio CBC Radio One: Windows Australia ABC: RealAudio/Windows VOA News: RealAudio Deutsche Welle TV: Video World Radio Network: WRN Schedules Windows streaming Public Radio Fan Radio Music ABC Classic Real/Windows AccuRadio classical Instant Bach BBC 3 Real WCPE Windows/Real Classic Archive Concertzender Bartok Radio Real KUOL Real/Windows Klassik Hamburg Windows Bayern Klassik Windows RNE Cl·sica KBPS Classic Real KING Windows KUSC Real/Windows Swiss Classic WFMT Windows WNYC Windows/ITunes WRCJ Detroit WGBH Boston WGUC Windows WQXR Windows WQXR's Q2 Windows Cool Blue Windows Classical links Europe Classical links USA face=times>Diversions Scarlatti Sonatas Bad Writing Contest Blackjack Cracked Darwin Awards Dilbert Leno, Letterman jokes The Onion Poetry Daily Smoke-Free Carmen Wine Lovers' Page face=times>Classics Francis Fukuyama on the End of History Robert Kagan on Power and Weakness New York Review of Books, vol. 1 no. 1 The Russian Empire, 1910, in full color Elizabeth Loftus on False Memories Kahlil Gibran, forsooth Is God an Accident? The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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Dear Guy Fieri Freshly minted How authors write Upper middle brow Philip Roth says enough Where are they now? Book shopping with Dirda Behold the teleprompter People of the bookshelf The Neanderthal diet Black market books The right Wolfe Fiction as a genre     face=times>Breaking News ABC / AP / BBC / CBC / CBS / CNBC / CNN / Fox / Google / MarketWatch / MSNBC / NBC / NPR / Reuters / Yahoo face=times>Newspapers The Australian Beirut Daily Star Boston Globe CS Monitor Chicago Tribune Financial Times Globe & Mail Guardian / Observer Ha'aretz The Hindu The Independent Japan Times Jerusalem Post London Telegraph Los Angeles Times Moscow Times National Post New York Times New Zealand Herald SMH USA Today Washington Post face=times>Magazines Aeon The American American Conservative American Heritage American Interest American Journal Rev American Prospect American Review American Scholar American Scientist American Spectator Armed Forces Journal Art News Artforum Atlantic Monthly Axess Azure Big Questions Boston Globe Ideas Boston Review Chron of Higher Ed Chron of Philanthropy Chronicle Review CIA Studies City Journal Columbia Journal Rev Commentary Commonweal Common-place Common Review Defining Ideas Democracy Discover Dissent The Economist The European Evolutionary Psych First Things Forbes Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy Fortnightly Review Harper’s History Today Hoover Digest Hudson Review The Humanist Humanities Independent Review Intelligent Life In These Times Lapham’s Quarterly Le Monde Diplo The Liberal Maclean’s Miller-McCune Mother Jones Ms. Magazine The Nation National Affairs National Interest National Journal National Review New Atlantis New Criterion New English Review New Left Review New Republic New Scientist New Statesman New York Magazine New York Observer New York Press NY Times Magazine New Yorker Newsweek Parameters Paris Review Philosophers’ Mag Philosophy & Literature Philosophy Now Poetry Poets & Writers Policy Policy Review The Progressive Prospect Psychology Today Quadrant Reason Salon Scientific American Seed Skeptical Inquirer Slate Smithsonian Magazine The Spectator Standpoint Der Spiegel Threepenny Review Tikkun Time Magazine US News Utne Reader Village Voice WSJ Opinion The Walrus Washington Monthly Weekly Standard Wilson Quarterly Wired World Affairs face=times>Book Reviews American Scholar Books Atlantic Books Australian Literary Rev Australian Book Review B&N Review Book Beast Books & Culture Bookforum Boston Globe Books Chronicle Review Claremont Review Complete Review CS Monitor Books Denver Post Dublin Review Economist Books Financial Times Books Globe & Mail Books Guardian Lit News Guardian Books The Hindu Books Independent Books January Magazine Jewish Review of Books Literary Review London Review Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Review of Books Melbourne Age Metapsychology n+1 Books The Nation Books New Haven Review New Statesman Books New Republic Books New York Review NY Times Books New Yorker Book Blog Newsday Books Open Letters Philly Inquirer Books Salon Books SF Chronicle Books Scotsman Books Slate Books Spectator Books Spiked Books Tablet Books Telegraph Books Times Higher Ed Books The TLS University Bookman Village Voice Washington Post Washington Times WSJ Books Wilson Quarterly     face=times>Columnists David Aaronovitch Janet Albrechtsen Eric Alterman Anne Applebaum Timothy Garton Ash Michael Bassett Bruce Bawer Alex Beam James Bowman Robert Boynton Samuel Brittan David Brooks Trevor Butterworth Jon Carroll Noam Chomsky Gail Collins Joe Conason Clive Crook Meghan Daum Miranda Devine E.J. Dionne Jr. Michael Dirda Maureen Dowd Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Suzanne Fields Daniel Finkelstein Robert Fisk Thomas Friedman Robert Fulford Frank Furedi Malcolm Gladwell Ellen Goodman Victor Davis Hanson Johann Hari Nat Hentoff David Horowitz Jeff Jacoby Clive James Robert Kagan Mickey Kaus Roger Kimball Martin Kramer Morton Kondracke Chas Krauthammer Paul Krugman Howard Kurtz Norman Lebrecht James Lileks Tod Lindberg Salim Mansour Mark Morford Brendan O'Neill Camille Paglia John Allen Paulos William Pfaff Melanie Phillips Daniel Pipes Katha Pollitt Virginia Postrel Dorothy Rabinowitz Jonathan Rauch Carlin Romano Milt Rosenberg Roger Sandall Sam Smith Thomas Sowell Mark Steyn Andrew Sullivan John Tierney Tunku Varadarajan Shankar Vedantam David Warren Margaret Wente George Will Keith Windschuttle Jonathan Yardley William Zinsser     face=times>Favorites Arion Baker Street Irregulars Big Think Bloggingheads Butterflies & Wheels Climate Debate Daily Cognition & Culture CounterPunch Cultural Weekly The Daily Beast Debka File Drudge Report Ducts Economic Principals Edge Ethics & Policy Eurozine FrontPage Gene Expression Fora TV Globalist Guernica Magazine I Want Media Ifeminists Improbable Research Jewcy Jewish Ideas Daily Killing the Buddha Lapham's Quarterly Logos MEMRI Mr. Beller's 'hood Nationmaster Nthposition Obscure Store Open Culture Open Democracy Overlawyered The Page Poetry Project Syndicate Quackwatch Romenesko Rutherford Journal Science/Creationism Shakespeare Web Skeptic's Dictionary Smart Set Snopes Social Issues Centre Spiked-Online Strange Maps Table Matters TED ThoughtCast TomPaine Top Ten Books Web del Sol Wimp.com Woodpile Report Words Without Borders face=times>Weblogs Ira Altschiller Amygdalit Bryan Appleyard Armavirumque Larry Arnhart Atrios Adam Baer David Barash Matthew Battles Graham Beattie Becker and Posner Two Blowhards Bob's Art Blog David Bordwell Brainstorm Britannica Copy, Shake, and Paste Crooked Timber Lawrence Solum Chicago Boyz The Corner Colby Cosh Eric Crampton Culture Wars Richard Dawkins Brad DeLong A.C.Douglas Epicurean Dealmaker Amitai Etzioni Stephen Franks Peter Ginna Instapundit Michael Kaplan Allen MacNeill Marginal Revolution Norman Geras Lester Hunt IWF Inkwell Steven Johnson Brothers Judd Satoshi Kanazawa Daily Kos Brian Leiter Little Green Footballs Derek Lowe Colin Marshall Grant McCracken Steve McIntyre Warren Meyer Middle East Strategy D.G.Myers John Naughton The New Inquiry Gloria Origgi Overcoming Bias Bibliographing Chequer-Board Page Views Michael Phillips Political Animal Matthew Price The Revealer Matt Ridley Stephen Romei Alex Ross Lib Samizdata Russell Seitz Peter Stothard David Sucher Talking Points Memo Three Quarks Daily The Valve Volokh Conspiracy Nigel Warburton Will Wilkinson James Wolcott Wonkette Woodward & Hall Toby Young Radio News NPR Hourly News: RealAudio 24hr Stream: Windows C-SPAN Streams: RealAudio/Windows BBC World Service: Bulletins: RealAudio 24hr Stream: RealAudio CBC Radio One: Windows Australia ABC: RealAudio/Windows VOA News: RealAudio Deutsche Welle TV: Video World Radio Network: WRN Schedules Windows streaming Public Radio Fan Radio Music ABC Classic Real/Windows AccuRadio classical Instant Bach BBC 3 Real WCPE Windows/Real Classic Archive Concertzender Bartok Radio Real KUOL Real/Windows Klassik Hamburg Windows Bayern Klassik Windows RNE Cl·sica KBPS Classic Real KING Windows KUSC Real/Windows Swiss Classic WFMT Windows WNYC Windows/ITunes WRCJ Detroit WGBH Boston WGUC Windows WQXR Windows WQXR's Q2 Windows Cool Blue Windows Classical links Europe Classical links USA face=times>Diversions Scarlatti Sonatas Bad Writing Contest Blackjack Cracked Darwin Awards Dilbert Leno, Letterman jokes The Onion Poetry Daily Smoke-Free Carmen Wine Lovers' Page face=times>Classics Francis Fukuyama on the End of History Robert Kagan on Power and Weakness New York Review of Books, vol. 1 no. 1 The Russian Empire, 1910, in full color Elizabeth Loftus on False Memories Kahlil Gibran, forsooth Is God an Accident? The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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Dear Guy Fieri Freshly minted How authors write Upper middle brow Philip Roth says enough Where are they now? Book shopping with Dirda Behold the teleprompter People of the bookshelf The Neanderthal diet Black market books The right Wolfe Fiction as a genre     face=times>Breaking News ABC / AP / BBC / CBC / CBS / CNBC / CNN / Fox / Google / MarketWatch / MSNBC / NBC / NPR / Reuters / Yahoo face=times>Newspapers The Australian Beirut Daily Star Boston Globe CS Monitor Chicago Tribune Financial Times Globe & Mail Guardian / Observer Ha'aretz The Hindu The Independent Japan Times Jerusalem Post London Telegraph Los Angeles Times Moscow Times National Post New York Times New Zealand Herald SMH USA Today Washington Post face=times>Magazines Aeon The American American Conservative American Heritage American Interest American Journal Rev American Prospect American Review American Scholar American Scientist American Spectator Armed Forces Journal Art News Artforum Atlantic Monthly Axess Azure Big Questions Boston Globe Ideas Boston Review Chron of Higher Ed Chron of Philanthropy Chronicle Review CIA Studies City Journal Columbia Journal Rev Commentary Commonweal Common-place Common Review Defining Ideas Democracy Discover Dissent The Economist The European Evolutionary Psych First Things Forbes Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy Fortnightly Review Harper’s History Today Hoover Digest Hudson Review The Humanist Humanities Independent Review Intelligent Life In These Times Lapham’s Quarterly Le Monde Diplo The Liberal Maclean’s Miller-McCune Mother Jones Ms. Magazine The Nation National Affairs National Interest National Journal National Review New Atlantis New Criterion New English Review New Left Review New Republic New Scientist New Statesman New York Magazine New York Observer New York Press NY Times Magazine New Yorker Newsweek Parameters Paris Review Philosophers’ Mag Philosophy & Literature Philosophy Now Poetry Poets & Writers Policy Policy Review The Progressive Prospect Psychology Today Quadrant Reason Salon Scientific American Seed Skeptical Inquirer Slate Smithsonian Magazine The Spectator Standpoint Der Spiegel Threepenny Review Tikkun Time Magazine US News Utne Reader Village Voice WSJ Opinion The Walrus Washington Monthly Weekly Standard Wilson Quarterly Wired World Affairs face=times>Book Reviews American Scholar Books Atlantic Books Australian Literary Rev Australian Book Review B&N Review Book Beast Books & Culture Bookforum Boston Globe Books Chronicle Review Claremont Review Complete Review CS Monitor Books Denver Post Dublin Review Economist Books Financial Times Books Globe & Mail Books Guardian Lit News Guardian Books The Hindu Books Independent Books January Magazine Jewish Review of Books Literary Review London Review Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Review of Books Melbourne Age Metapsychology n+1 Books The Nation Books New Haven Review New Statesman Books New Republic Books New York Review NY Times Books New Yorker Book Blog Newsday Books Open Letters Philly Inquirer Books Salon Books SF Chronicle Books Scotsman Books Slate Books Spectator Books Spiked Books Tablet Books Telegraph Books Times Higher Ed Books The TLS University Bookman Village Voice Washington Post Washington Times WSJ Books Wilson Quarterly     face=times>Columnists David Aaronovitch Janet Albrechtsen Eric Alterman Anne Applebaum Timothy Garton Ash Michael Bassett Bruce Bawer Alex Beam James Bowman Robert Boynton Samuel Brittan David Brooks Trevor Butterworth Jon Carroll Noam Chomsky Gail Collins Joe Conason Clive Crook Meghan Daum Miranda Devine E.J. Dionne Jr. Michael Dirda Maureen Dowd Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Suzanne Fields Daniel Finkelstein Robert Fisk Thomas Friedman Robert Fulford Frank Furedi Malcolm Gladwell Ellen Goodman Victor Davis Hanson Johann Hari Nat Hentoff David Horowitz Jeff Jacoby Clive James Robert Kagan Mickey Kaus Roger Kimball Martin Kramer Morton Kondracke Chas Krauthammer Paul Krugman Howard Kurtz Norman Lebrecht James Lileks Tod Lindberg Salim Mansour Mark Morford Brendan O'Neill Camille Paglia John Allen Paulos William Pfaff Melanie Phillips Daniel Pipes Katha Pollitt Virginia Postrel Dorothy Rabinowitz Jonathan Rauch Carlin Romano Milt Rosenberg Roger Sandall Sam Smith Thomas Sowell Mark Steyn Andrew Sullivan John Tierney Tunku Varadarajan Shankar Vedantam David Warren Margaret Wente George Will Keith Windschuttle Jonathan Yardley William Zinsser     face=times>Favorites Arion Baker Street Irregulars Big Think Bloggingheads Butterflies & Wheels Climate Debate Daily Cognition & Culture CounterPunch Cultural Weekly The Daily Beast Debka File Drudge Report Ducts Economic Principals Edge Ethics & Policy Eurozine FrontPage Gene Expression Fora TV Globalist Guernica Magazine I Want Media Ifeminists Improbable Research Jewcy Jewish Ideas Daily Killing the Buddha Lapham's Quarterly Logos MEMRI Mr. Beller's 'hood Nationmaster Nthposition Obscure Store Open Culture Open Democracy Overlawyered The Page Poetry Project Syndicate Quackwatch Romenesko Rutherford Journal Science/Creationism Shakespeare Web Skeptic's Dictionary Smart Set Snopes Social Issues Centre Spiked-Online Strange Maps Table Matters TED ThoughtCast TomPaine Top Ten Books Web del Sol Wimp.com Woodpile Report Words Without Borders face=times>Weblogs Ira Altschiller Amygdalit Bryan Appleyard Armavirumque Larry Arnhart Atrios Adam Baer David Barash Matthew Battles Graham Beattie Becker and Posner Two Blowhards Bob's Art Blog David Bordwell Brainstorm Britannica Copy, Shake, and Paste Crooked Timber Lawrence Solum Chicago Boyz The Corner Colby Cosh Eric Crampton Culture Wars Richard Dawkins Brad DeLong A.C.Douglas Epicurean Dealmaker Amitai Etzioni Stephen Franks Peter Ginna Instapundit Michael Kaplan Allen MacNeill Marginal Revolution Norman Geras Lester Hunt IWF Inkwell Steven Johnson Brothers Judd Satoshi Kanazawa Daily Kos Brian Leiter Little Green Footballs Derek Lowe Colin Marshall Grant McCracken Steve McIntyre Warren Meyer Middle East Strategy D.G.Myers John Naughton The New Inquiry Gloria Origgi Overcoming Bias Bibliographing Chequer-Board Page Views Michael Phillips Political Animal Matthew Price The Revealer Matt Ridley Stephen Romei Alex Ross Lib Samizdata Russell Seitz Peter Stothard David Sucher Talking Points Memo Three Quarks Daily The Valve Volokh Conspiracy Nigel Warburton Will Wilkinson James Wolcott Wonkette Woodward & Hall Toby Young Radio News NPR Hourly News: RealAudio 24hr Stream: Windows C-SPAN Streams: RealAudio/Windows BBC World Service: Bulletins: RealAudio 24hr Stream: RealAudio CBC Radio One: Windows Australia ABC: RealAudio/Windows VOA News: RealAudio Deutsche Welle TV: Video World Radio Network: WRN Schedules Windows streaming Public Radio Fan Radio Music ABC Classic Real/Windows AccuRadio classical Instant Bach BBC 3 Real WCPE Windows/Real Classic Archive Concertzender Bartok Radio Real KUOL Real/Windows Klassik Hamburg Windows Bayern Klassik Windows RNE Cl·sica KBPS Classic Real KING Windows KUSC Real/Windows Swiss Classic WFMT Windows WNYC Windows/ITunes WRCJ Detroit WGBH Boston WGUC Windows WQXR Windows WQXR's Q2 Windows Cool Blue Windows Classical links Europe Classical links USA face=times>Diversions Scarlatti Sonatas Bad Writing Contest Blackjack Cracked Darwin Awards Dilbert Leno, Letterman jokes The Onion Poetry Daily Smoke-Free Carmen Wine Lovers' Page face=times>Classics Francis Fukuyama on the End of History Robert Kagan on Power and Weakness New York Review of Books, vol. 1 no. 1 The Russian Empire, 1910, in full color Elizabeth Loftus on False Memories Kahlil Gibran, forsooth Is God an Accident? The Death of Lit Crit Keep Computers Out of Classrooms Newsweek on Threats of Global Cooling Julian Simon, Doomslayer Martha Nussbaum on Judith Butler George Orwell: English Language World's Worst Editing Guide The Fable of the Keys The Snuff Film: an Urban Legend The Abduction of Opera   face=times>Google/Refdesk
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For Adam Kirsch, writerly vanity is like a vicious dog. You try to starve and neglect it into silence. But the animal must be fed... more»
For Adam Kirsch, writerly vanity is like a vicious dog. You try to starve and neglect it into silence. But the animal must be fed... more»
For Adam Kirsch, writerly vanity is like a vicious dog. You try to starve and neglect it into silence. But the animal must be fed... more»
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Henry Markram is building a supercomputer simulation of the brain, integrating all of neuroscience. Brilliant or boondoggle?... more»
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Errol Morris believes there are no relative truths, only true truths. Maybe that’s why the postmodernist Thomas Kuhn hurled an ashtray at him... more»
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The warrior hypothesis. Men commit 90 percent of murders. The brutality is biological, in part. But power, not gender, determines belligerence... more»
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Social-science pugilist. The proudly politically incorrect Charles Murray is back, and he still can’t resist the urge to provoke. Cue the scholarly outrage... more»
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Wallace Stevens sold insurance, William Carlos Williams was a physician, T.S. Eliot was a banker. To hell with starving for your art... more»
His name is synonymous with brutality, and he had a penchant for rape and pillage, but is Attila the Hun unfairly maligned?... more»
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Artists in the Arab world tend to be politically engaged, says Adonis, who is no exception. But has the Arab Spring made him irrelevant?... more»
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The adolescent brain. Children are reaching puberty earlier and entering adulthood later. The result: Considerable weirdness... more»
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Only dalits handle waste disposal in India. Their ostracization is harsh, but their hold on the housecleaning market is absolute... more»
The bourgeois bargain – creative destruction in exchange for shared prosperity – is crumbling. Can entrepreneurship survive?... more»
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Prisons and profits. Is there any greater disconnect between public good and private interests than the rise of corporate-owned jails?... more»
Fierce and magnetic, Lucian Freud seduced his models into the ordeal of posing. “Those eyes would be peering in: peering and piercing”... more»
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Freud today is disparaged, even condemned. And no wonder: He didn’t indulge our taste for self-help platitudes... more»
Who is Vladimir Putin? A master of persuasion, not coercion. No ordinary KGB-trained thug, he doesn’t destroy enemies. He manipulates them... more»
On the island of Lampedusa, Africa is cast upon the shore of Europe. It isn’t pretty. “I watched mothers throw their babies into the sea”... more»
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Master of understatement. Darwin’s only mention of humans in Origin is on page 488. “Much light will be thrown on the origin of man.” Indeed... more»
A world without war. What a bunch of naive, hippie hogwash, right? Don’t snicker, says John Horgan: The end of violence is possible... more»
Cities used to accommodate people. Now they’re built around parking. The result in Los Angeles is collective irrational behavior... more»
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Is the Arab Spring a revolution or a palace coup? Will there be wholesale political change, or will one ruling clique merely replace another?... more»
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Mengeles skull. He lived out his life on the lam, evading capture. But his bones reveal the value of forensic anthropology to human rights... more»
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