Listen, dear reader, to Jonathan GPT Swift on satire, economics, religion, and his fascination with scatalogical themes.
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Like other provincial jesters, Slavoj Zizek expresses a studied naïveté toward culture and society.
Does placing human concerns at the center of society require displacing religious concerns?
Stanford’s Jo Boaler wants to revolutionize how math is taught.
Genealogies connect us with the past, but they are also contingent exercises in historical interpretation.
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