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Le Sentier des Idées 01- 08- 21

E Pluribus Unum? Our national identity has always been hotly contested

SOURCE:The Chronicle of Higher Education
DATE: 17-07-2021

Is the Universe Open-Ended?
An intriguing proposal about what makes reality tick under the surface.

SOURCE:Nautilus
DATE: 17-07-2021

Redefining Populism

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 10-07-2021

Biden’s Invisible Ideology

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 10-07-2021

The Collapse of American Identity

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 30-06-2021

When Parents Forbid the COVID Vaccine

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 29-06-2021

Will Joe Biden and Lina Khan Cut the Tech Giants Down to Size?

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 22-06-2021

Shampoo Is Now $200 in North Korea. That Is Bad News.

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-06-2021

Former President of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo: ‘The Nuclear Threat Is Back’

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-06-2021

Iran Moves Toward a One-Party State

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 17-06-2021

Joe Biden Could Be Facing a "Shock to the Economy" in September

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 12-06-2021

Martha Nussbaum on #MeToo

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 02-06-2021

The triumph of Thomas Sowell

SOURCE:The New Criterion
DATE: 29-05-2021

The Sudden Rise of the Coronavirus Lab-Leak Theory

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 28-05-2021

Could Artificial intelligence crack interspecies communication ?

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 21-05-2021

The Child Tax Credit Has a Big Problem

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-05-2021

Foreign Election Interference and the Other Ills of American Democracy

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-05-2021

The Biden Administration Is Failing to Set Intelligent Foreign Policy Priorities

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-05-2021

Are Humanities Professors Moral Experts?
We have become confused about our roles as aesthetic educators

SOURCE:The Chronicle of Higher Education
DATE: 19-05-2021

Stages of Grief
What the pandemic has done to the arts

SOURCE:Harper's Magazine
DATE: 19-05-2021

Grammar-Nerd Heaven
A new exhibit showcases the surprisingly contentious history of English grammar books.

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 19-05-2021

Snap Judgment
A brief history of trick photography.

SOURCE:Lapham’s Quarterly
DATE: 19-05-2021

What Makes Music Universal
Music brings us together to show us how different we are.

SOURCE:Nautilus
DATE: 19-05-2021

The Hume paradox: how great philosophy leads to dismal politics

SOURCE:Prospect
DATE: 19-05-2021

Policing Politics Takes Over the New York City Mayoral Race

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 16-05-2021

How the Pentagon Started Taking U.F.O.s Seriously

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 04-05-2021

Persuading the Body to Regenerate Its Limbs

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 04-05-2021

Biden’s Great Economic Rebalancing

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 04-05-2021

The Tyranny of Merit, What’s Become of the Common Good?

SOURCE:Sidney Review of Books
DATE: 03-05-2021

Simone Weil, an antidote to the narcissism and conformity that characterize today’s “follower” syndrome

SOURCE:Los Angeles Review of Books
DATE: 03-05-2021

How COVID-19 Surged Again in India

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 22-04-2021

“Fevers of Curiosity” Charles Baudelaire and the Convalescent Flâneur

SOURCE:The Public Domain Review
DATE: 21-04-2021

Philip Roth’s Revenge Fantasy
The novelist wanted his biography to settle scores. It has badly backfired.

SOURCE:Autres
DATE: 21-04-2021

Can we escape the reductio ad tweetum?

SOURCE:The Hedgehog Review
DATE: 21-04-2021

Fanon Can’t Save You Now

SOURCE:Los Angeles Review of Books
DATE: 21-04-2021

Why a Columbia Neuroscientist Acknowledged Using Heroin

SOURCE:The Chronicle of Higher Education
DATE: 21-04-2021

The Abiding Scandal of College Admissions
The process has become an intrusive and morally presumptuous inquisition of an applicant’s soul.

SOURCE:The Chronicle of Higher Education
DATE: 21-04-2021

Jacques Derrida resists easy canonization in a new hagiography for the Left

SOURCE:The Baffler
DATE: 21-04-2021

‘If We Don’t Adapt, We Will Wither Away’
how the university came to absorb all of culture — and what happens next.

SOURCE:The Chronicle of Higher Education
DATE: 21-04-2021

How to Become an Intellectual in Silicon Valley

SOURCE:Autres
DATE: 21-04-2021

Time for Joe Biden to Become a Realist on Border Crisis

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

North Korea Is More Isolated Than Ever Before

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

COVID-19 Exacerbates North Korea’s Bad Choices

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

Drone Attacks on U.S. in Iraq Highlight Iran’s Expanding Arsenal

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

Joe Biden’s Ukraine Policy: A Repeat of George W. Bush in Georgia?

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

Whether America Stays or Goes, the Taliban Will Control Afghanistan

SOURCE:The National Interest
DATE: 21-04-2021

The Limits of Political Debate

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 12-04-2021

There Are No Borders in a Climate Crisis

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 01-04-2021

Why Animals Don’t Get Lost

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 30-03-2021

Why There Is So Much Confusion About the AstraZeneca Vaccine

SOURCE:The New Yorker
DATE: 24-03-2021