High Culture Is Counterculture, Who Beauvoir Loved, and More
When high culture was in high regard, joining the counterculture meant rejecting its values. But now...
When high culture was in high regard, joining the counterculture meant rejecting its values. Now high culture is the counterculture.
The romance between Sartre and Beauvoir was haunted by the friend whom she wrote about again and again.
“This is not what real data look like, and we can’t think of a plausible benign explanation for it.” Was a landmark study about dishonesty faked?
For years a clever thief has plagued the publishing world. No one knows who it is, but everyone has a theory.
How did “Let people enjoy things” evolve from an annoying internet meme to an all-out campaign against negative criticism? B.D. McClay explains.