More guns do not stop more crimes, evidence shows. Who would have thought?
Debates on whether science is broken, unbelievably, don’t fit in tweets.
Compassion, empathy, and flapdoodle.
Our illusory sense of agency has a deeply important social purpose. (Except it’s not entirely illusory.)
A number of cogent reasons why the libertarian “taxes are theft” argument is sheer nonsense.
Texting and Twitter make this a golden age for the written word. (Nah, not really.)
Someone has strong (negative) opinions about the latest book by Alain de Botton.
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Categories: Plato's Suggestions