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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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One of this blog's more difficult duties is to pass along word of the passing of our authors. Today we bring the sad news of the death of Judith Layzer, an MIT PhD and a faculty member in the Departme...
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Starting today, and ending on June 1st, we're offering a 50% discount on Boston Review books excluding Conflict in Ukraine. Read below for some more info on a few of the titles!
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Today marks the fourth anniversary of the deadly tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri. Keith Tidball, coauthor of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up, reflects on his work...
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The bicycle ranks as one of the most enduring, most widely used vehicles in the world, with more than a billion produced during almost two hundred years of cycling history. Today, it continues to be p...
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