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Magazine articles on philosophy and fundamental questions.
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April 12, 2001
Suzy Hansen
The invention of peace A leading military scholar talks about what caused the world wars, why Kissinger was a true peacemaker and whether peace is incompatible with human nature... mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
March 23, 2001
Laura Miller
The Meaning of Life 101 Two authors explain philosophy's mysteries to the layman, but which book is better? mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
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January 2001
Michael S. Victoroff
There Once Was a Man Who Could Not Feel Disgust November's Nature Neuroscience reports the case of a British fellow with a brain injury who had lost the ability to feel disgust. I can think of a thousand uses for a selective blocking agent for disgust... mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
December 15, 2000
Alan Wolfe
Hobbled from the start How can George W. Bush convince Americans to trust him when he has dismissed such notions as truth and justice? mark for My Articles 301 similar articles
December 2000
Jaron Lanier
One-Half of a Manifesto Why stupid software will save the future from neo-Darwinian machines... mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
December 2000
Geoff Edgers
Think Diffident Philanthropist Michael Nesmith (yeah, the ex-Monkee) brings five big brains to his New Mexico ranch every two years to solve the world's most pressing problems. And then not tell anyone about it... mark for My Articles
November 13, 2000
Ralph Brave
Being Martin Heidegger His new translator tells you what you need to know about the philosopher -- and why you need to know it... mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
October 7, 2000
Michael Bucci
Money & The Meaning of Life Going over the Forbes 400 list name by name and seeing the incredible wealth these people possess, made me wonder what motivates them -- most of which are still very active in their businesses -- to keep on keeping on? That is, what makes these people tick? mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
October 2, 2000
Arianna Huffington
Disenfranchised Young black men get singled out among drug offenders for the harshest punishment, then they lose their right to vote. With laws like this, who needs Jim Crow? mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
October 2000
Richard A. Epstein
Impractical Equality Throughout his long and distinguished career as an academic lawyer and political philosopher, Ronald Dworkin has been obsessed with a single theme: to show how an--or, more precisely, his--egalitarian vision of the world can shape the character of our legal, political, social, and market institutions... mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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