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April 04, 2005

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» Bring your library to life: from The Volokh Conspiracy

Brad DeLong explains why life will never be dull. Here is just one bit:

As long as I think of these as "texts," they are dry and borin... [Read More]

» Adam Kotsko and the Philosophy Biz from Idiocentrism
The classic expressions of professionalism are "You gotta do what you gotta do" and "It's only a job." Few really go into the liberal arts with the goal of "doing the job" -- and for a lot of people (and not just adjuncts) it's not even a very good jo... [Read More]

» Brad Delong on Scholarship from Maternal
Working in a children's hospital provides an escape from questions about the point of research. Open the office door, take a walk. The answers are being wheeled down the hall on gurneys. [Read More]

» Intellectual Gymnastics, John Paul II and Mr. Luther from Agricolae.net
This post by Adam Kotsko and this reply by the good Professor DeLong in full mentor mode are a fascinating glimpse of the academic world. Especially of philosophy unbounded by a true theology. A Paraphase: Mr. Kotsko: I actually used to care abo... [Read More]

» Beltway Traffic Jam from Outside The Beltway
The daily linkfest: Michael J. Totten is in Lebanon raising money for the anti-Syrian forces. Bubblehead notes that stupidity is often punished. Brad DeLong gives some excellent advice for approaching any book or article. Terry Oglesby has m... [Read More]

» The precious life-blood of a master spirit? from Reading A1
Adam Kotsko writes something honest , if despairing, about graduate study in the humanities and about how people are socialized in it: Much of what passes for "philosophy" is just a series of formulaic exercises that demonstrate their belonging to a parti [Read More]

» The precious life-blood of a master spirit? from Reading A1
Adam Kotsko writes something honest , if despairing, about graduate study in the humanities and about how people are socialized in it: Much of what passes for "philosophy" is just a series of formulaic exercises that demonstrate their belonging to a parti [Read More]

» Brooks and Krugman roil the waters from Daniel W. Drezner
Occasionally I wonder whether David Brooks and Paul Krugman call each other up and say, "Hey, let's get the blogosphere really worked up about topic X!!" I know that doesn't actually happen, but their columns from today -- Krugman's explanation... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 6th April from Simon World
This is a daily collection of links, some with commentary, to news stories and interesting blog posts. It will be updated throughout the day with a new timestamp for the updates. Scroll down for today's other posts. * Has Taiwan PFP Chairman James Soon... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 6th April from Simon World
This is a daily collection of links, some with commentary, to news stories and interesting blog posts. It will be updated throughout the day with a new timestamp for the updates. Scroll down for today's other posts. Has Taiwan PFP Chairman James Soong ... [Read More]

» DeLong's Ignorance Corrected! from Brad DeLong's Website
Ben Weiss, Curator of Rare Books at the Burndy Library of MIT's Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, writes in: First off, I love your blog, and read it avidly; many thanks for the wide learning and elegant argument. I don't know... [Read More]

» The DeLong Smackdown! from Brad DeLong's Website
The champion is the extremely valuable smackdown by the extremely knowledgeable Ben Weiss of my claim, at "Adam Kotsko Is Alienated" http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2005/04/adam_kotsko_is_.html that someone in Niccolo Machiavelli's social position would ... [Read More]

» BOOKBLOGGING from Pejmanesque
Two items: Will Baude reveals that in a past life--or perhaps in the early stages of living his present one--he was handing out apples to naked women and ensuring the Fall of Humankind. He does this by informing me of... [Read More]

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