Anna Krylov Nautilus on the sometimes contradictory scientific literature. , in the Journal of Physical Chemistry.
At Rolling Stone, hear David Crosby sing Donald Fagen’s new song “Rodriguez for a Night.”
The Spectator on a new biography of Kurt Gödel.
At the Claremont Review of Books, Joseph M. Bessette on Barack Obama’s latest memoir.
Neo-Aristotelian Perspectives on Contemporary Science, edited by William Simpson, Robert Koons, and Nicholas Teh, .
Joseph Trabbic of Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange’s Philosophizing in Faith: Essays on the Beginning and End of Wisdom, at Catholic World Report.
The New Criterion on the triumph of Thomas Sowell.
Prospect on why George Berkeley was less radical than he seems.
The Guardian reports on a lost memoir that paints .
Larry Chapp on , at Catholic World Report.
Mark Regnerus on the privatization of marriage, at Public Discourse. At The Spectator, Mary Harrington argues that .
Collider on the thirtieth anniversary of The Rocketeer.
Tyler Cowen says that economics is failing us, at Bloomberg.
The crises of the West. At Substack, N. S. Lyons and raises .
The Guardian reports that Richard Dawkins Alexander Riley on , at The American Mind. Mary Eberstadt on the trans-kid craze, at the Claremont Review of Books..
Meet the new Robert Gressis at The Electric Agora. Also, Daniel Kaufman on ..
The latest at John DeRosa’s: Christopher Tomaszewski on ; W. Matthews Grant on ; Matthew Minerd on ; and much more.
At Quadrant, James Franklin .
Michael Pakaluk on , at Law and Liberty.
At YouTube, Gaven Kerr discusses and Kerr and Ryan Mullins .
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Philosopher Charlie Huenemann on .
Robert Royal , at The Catholic Thing.
At Philosophical Studies, Ben Page on .
On Pints With Aquinas, Janet Smith and Fr. Gregory Pine .
David Noe and Jeff Winkle carry out an ongoing discussion about classical civilization at .
“When you measure, include the measurer.” The Spectator reports that .
At Public Discourse, Matthew Berry on nominalism, nihilism, and modern politics. Patrick Deneen on , at American Affairs.