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Karlo Marx and Fredrich Engels / Came to the checkout at the 7-11

Henry has nudged me a little, every so often, towards participating more in the life of Crooked Timber—or participating at all, really, since it’s been almost four years since my last posting. Fair enough. And so now, without further ado: Here I am again, ... [Published Crooked Timber - 2 hours ago]
First reported Apr 23 2014 - Updated 22 hours ago - 1 reports

On the death of Gabriel García Márquez

Greg Grandin writes in The Nation : Born in 1927, Gabriel García Márquez was 87 when he died last week. According to his younger brother, Jaime, he had been suffering from complications caused by chemotherapy, which saved his life but accelerated his ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 23 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 1 reports

Happy Krauthammer Day

The day has rolled around again when we celebrate Charles Krauthammer’s linking of his, and his administration friends’ credibility to a confident prediction about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Hans Blix had five months to find weapons. He found ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Tu Quoque

I’ve written many posts and articles making the point that the political right, in most English speaking countries 1 has been taken over by a tribalist post-truth politics in which all propositions, including the conclusions of scientific research, ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Max Weber’s Birthday

Max Weber was born 150 years ago today . People should read his two seminal essays, Science as a Vocation , and Politics as a Vocation (PDFs), if they haven’t already. Both are rambling, but with nuggets of genuine genius. To mark the occasion, the ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Why Does the Winger Whine? What Does the Winger Want?

At National Review Online , Jonathan Adler writes: Over at the progressive blog, Crooked Timber, Corey Robin lists “Eleven Things You Did Not Know About Clarence Thomas.”  The items Robin lists shouldn’t surprise avid court watchers, or others who ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 20 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 2 reports

Monday photoblogging: Lakes

First reported Apr 19 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

Let’s bury – I say, let’s bury the hatchet, but not in anyone’s head, boy.

My Chait thread was a moderate disaster. I was like: ‘by saying X, I think Chait meant Y.’ And you were like: ‘by saying ‘by saying X, Chait meant Z,’ are you saying Q?’ And I was like: what? Z? Q? No: Y!’ And you were like: ‘Y what?’ Anyway, I take ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 19 2014]
First reported Apr 19 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

Southern Gothic

“Midnight in the Garden of Good an Evil” is not a great movie but an OK one; certainly if you want to see a lot of purty pictures of Savannah it’s a good one. Kevin Spacey portrays, according to my grandmother Henrietta, the main character extremely ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 19 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

YOLO

Congratulations to Harry on his new US citizenship! Perhaps English people rock the whole YOLO thing a little more like this: ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Submit to Elsevier with gusto and abandon! A Modest Proposal

As long time readers may recall, I am not a big fan of Elsevier and was a public advocate of the position that no-one should submit to Elsevier journals at a time when it was neither profitable or popular. However, reading this article about Elsevier’s ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Becoming an American

I became a US citizen earlier today. Most native-born Americans have relatively little interaction with the immigration services. It might come as a relief to those of you who worry about the reputation of the US for racism that even for many of us ... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]

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Tu Quoque [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
Max Weber’s Birthday [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
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Southern Gothic [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 19 2014]
Submit to Elsevier with gusto and abandon! A Mo... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]
YOLO [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]
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Eleven Things You Did Not Know About Clarence T... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 18 2014]
You Poor Bastards [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 16 2014]
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“The Luck in the Head” [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 15 2014]
The Color Of His Presidency [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 15 2014]
Not Actually Sunday Anymore Sunday Photoblogging [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 14 2014]
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The Stale Catnip of Contemptsmanship [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 12 2014]
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Teaching Rawls after Piketty [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 10 2014]
Good Cheer [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 10 2014]
To the point of collapse, and beyond [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 08 2014]
PhRMA and the political economy of sponsored co... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 08 2014]
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You’re Not Reading Enough Japanese Comic Books:... [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 07 2014]
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Karlo Marx and Fredrich Engels / Came to the ch... [Published Crooked Timber - 2 hours ago]
Henry has nudged me a little, every so often, towards participating more in the life of Crooked Timber—or participating at all, really, since it’s been almost four years since my last posting. Fair enough. And so now, without further ado: Here I am again, ...
On the death of Gabriel García Márquez [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 23 2014]
Greg Grandin writes in The Nation : Born in 1927, Gabriel García Márquez was 87 when he died last week. According to his younger brother, Jaime, he had been suffering from complications caused by chemotherapy, which saved his life but accelerated his ...
Happy Krauthammer Day [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 22 2014]
The day has rolled around again when we celebrate Charles Krauthammer’s linking of his, and his administration friends’ credibility to a confident prediction about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Hans Blix had five months to find weapons. He found ...
Tu Quoque [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
I’ve written many posts and articles making the point that the political right, in most English speaking countries 1 has been taken over by a tribalist post-truth politics in which all propositions, including the conclusions of scientific research, ...
Max Weber’s Birthday [Published Crooked Timber - Apr 21 2014]
Max Weber was born 150 years ago today . People should read his two seminal essays, Science as a Vocation , and Politics as a Vocation (PDFs), if they haven’t already. Both are rambling, but with nuggets of genuine genius. To mark the occasion, the ...
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