Bringing LGBT Catholics under the Church’s Social Contract.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: digitalization, democracy, divinity, and more.

Which truth?

On children’s natural nose for lies.

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A critique of commodified resistance.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: Martin Scorsese, marketplaces, the Meiji era, and more.

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On what remembering is for.

November 13, 2019

On remembering that you’re stronger than you seem.

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The ethics of artificially intelligent weapons.

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On our ever-fleeting present existence.

On whether it’s possible to never forget.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: Spanish socialism, legal legitimacy, cultural critique, and more.

What Hamlet reveals about the pitfalls of critical art.

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On Islamophobia and American history.

On building and understanding history.

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The case for truth

Fearless journalism in Elena Kostyuchenko’s I Love Russia.

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Harper’s Notes

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: competition, counseling, courts, and more.