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Mercier Hugo, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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Not Born Yesterday explains how we decide who we can trust and what we should believe—and argues that we’re pretty good at making these decisions. In this...
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Rolsky Benjamin, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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For decades now, Americans have believed that their country is deeply divided by “culture wars” waged between religious conservatives and secular liberals....
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Kenworthy Lane, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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What configuration of institutions and policies is most conducive to human flourishing? The historical and comparative evidence suggests that the answer is...
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Talisse Robert, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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We live in an age of political polarization. As political beliefs on the left and the right have been pulled closer to the extremes, so have our social...
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Dueck Colin, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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The rise of a populist conservative nationalism in the United States has triggered unease at home and abroad. Riding the populist wave, Donald Trump...
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Schliesser Eric, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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Eric Schliesser's Adam Smith is the product of two decades' reflection by the author on the great Scottish Enlightenment. Unique among treatments of Adam...
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Moreno Jonathan, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe. The field of neuroscience has made remarkable strides in recent years in understanding...
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Sumption Jonathan, PROFILE BOOKS, 2019
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In the past few decades, legislatures throughout the world have suffered from gridlock. In democracies, laws and policies are just as soon unpicked as made....
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Zaring David, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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Big banks are capable of wreaking havoc on the global economy, and governments have often felt powerless to stop them. Regulators have responded by...
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Weeks John, POLITY PRESS, 2019
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‘Governments should spend no more than their tax income.’ Most people in Europe and North America accept this statement as simple common sense. It resonates...
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Robertson Geoffrey, BITEBACK PUBLISHING, 2019
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The biggest question in the world of art and culture concerns the return of property taken without consent. Throughout history, conquerors or colonial...
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Landauer Matthew, CHICAGO UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2019
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We often talk loosely of the “tyranny of the majority” as a threat to the workings of democracy. But, in ancient Greece, the analogy of demos and tyrant was...
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