The Strange Career of Paul Krugman (Tablet)
If anything, it warrants at least some praise for finally giving a date to an oft-cited, curiously undated essay by Krugman, Ricardo’s difficult idea.
Learning Sixteenth-Century Business Jargon (Lapham’s Quarterly)
Brainwashing has a grim history that we shouldn’t dismiss (Psyche)
Another Case Against Science’s Objectivity Myth: Nepotism in Publishing (The Wire Science)
Who Controls the Narrative?: On David M. Higgins’s “Reverse Colonization: Science Fiction, Imperial Fantasy, and Alt-Victimhood” (LA Review of Books)
Hasui Kawase’s Beautiful Prints of Japanese Landscapes (Flashbak)
2 thoughts on “Some Monday Links (extend, not pretend version)”
Are not “Science Objectivity” and “Who Controls the Narrative” both reflections upon the exxpanding politicization of post-Christian Western society?