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Article: The Return of Economic History?

By Guillaume Calafat & Éric Monnet, trans. Lucy Garnier.

The reasons behind the loss of influence of economic history are well known. However, for a long time, it held pride of place in both disciplines.

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A Celebration of Religious Freedom

President Trump declared January 16, 2018, Religious Freedom Day. In his proclamation, the President stated that “[n]o American — whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner — should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law.” This specific listing of test cases for religious liberty recalls directly the Trump administration’s roll-back of the contraceptive mandate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that… 1,621 more words


A Quality, State-Run Education

State owned primary and secondary schools in Scotland are idolatrous indoctrination academies, not institutions of fine education. Yes, I know that makes me sound all fundy. 328 more words


What the others know

You don’t know how long it’s taken me to reach the point of saying something.

If I step out of myself, I can do it. There is always that little fear, though, that I might not be able to get back in. 682 more words


A joke about the analytic/continental divide

You can, roughly, sort philosophers in America today into three kinds:

Analytic, who think they’re scientists.

Continental, who think they’re poets.

Pluralists, who changed majors seven times in undergrad.


Yearning for a Good Canadian Stew

Internationally, the Canadian identity elicits feelings of trust, kindness, and equity. Canadians are seen to be uncontroversial, cooperative, polite to a fault, habitually apologetic, and reliable in times of need. 1,631 more words