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July 2, 2015
As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, Olivia Newman, discusses her new book Liberalism in Practice: The Psychology and Pedagogy of Public Reason, in which she argues that if citizens were to approach politics in the spirit of public reason, institutional and political legitimacy would be enhanced.   How do you define “liberalism” in the book?
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Ezio Manzini, author of Design, When Everybody Designs, a new book on the role of design in the ongoing wave of social innovation toward sustainability, shares his thoughts on his recent North America...
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If you're wondering what the Internet of Things is, our latest Essential Knowledge book, The Internet of Things by Samuel Greengard is a good start. Below, Greengard writes about "How the Internet of...
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We note with sadness the passing of Norman B. Leventhal at the age of 97. A giant in Boston architecture and real estate development, Leventhal was a graduate of MIT and a major philanthropist.
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A Million Years of Music, a new book that proposes an original and compelling narrative for the emergence of human music, released last month. In this post, author Gary Tomlinson reflects on how his i...
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