Monday, October 1, 2018
Caught in the web
Many of you will have heard the awful news already. Longtime blogger .
At the Daily Intelligencer, the liberal Andrew Sullivan on the dangerously illiberal tendencies currently unfolding within the Democratic Party.
At Five Books, Peter Hacker on the best books on Wittgenstein.
The Writing Cooperative on how Isaac Asimov wrote so much. At The American Conservative, Bradley Birzer on Ray Bradbury’s politics. Philip K. Dick’s Man in the High Castle returns for a third season.
Brian Besong’s Ford and Kelly’s superb two-volume Contemporary Moral Theology is among the works now at last available again. aims to bring important Neo-Scholastic manuals of philosophy and theology back into print.
At Public Discourse, Thomas Pink argues .
, Matthew Kostelecky reviews Michael Gorman’s book .
The Claremont Review of Books .
Prof. John McAdams and academic freedom have prevailed in the courts over Marquette University. .
At Commentary, Gary Saul Morson on atheism and Bolshevik totalitarianism.
about F. A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom, at FEE.
He replaced one-sided propaganda with… one-sided propaganda. Slate .
Philosophy and physics are in focus at the website .
Was John Rawls a socialist? .
Barney Hoskyns’ new book Guitarist Jay Graydon is reviewed .
The Times Literary Supplement on .
Scientific American on .
Also at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, James Doyle’s .
If you’re into ontological investigations, you’ll like the blog Ontological Investigations.
, The Daily Beast on the death of Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko. Comics writer Chris Ryall reports on some words of wisdom from Ditko: “Anti-clarity… [is] anti-mind.”, and
The New Atlantis on .
Where else would we get blog post titles? , at Quartz.
A rare 1990 audio interview with Robert Nozick has been posted at YouTube.
At Time, Heather Mac Donald on .
In the National Catholic Register, E. Christian Brugger on In First Things, Russell Hittinger on . Jonathan Last reports on the sorry state of the Catholic Church, at The Weekly Standard..
If you’ve only seen the Ant Man movies, you don’t know the whole story. Polygon on the shocking truth about Marvel’s Hank Pym.
Jim Holt on , at Lapham’s Quarterly.
The Weekly Standard on John Coltrane and the end of jazz.
Carl Trueman on Aquinas among the Protestants, at Public Discourse.
Loome Theological Booksellers, possibly the oldest theological bookstore in the world, .