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By Neville Morley | Published: December 8, 2016
The claim that Thucydides’ account of the past is useful is often extended to historiography in general, rather than just to his specific – and idiosyncratic – approach. And that, suggests Neville Morley, may be the real trap of Thucydides.
By Mark Blyth | Published: October 20, 2016
Political economist Mark Blyth argues that in a highly indebted world, austerity – introduced as an ‘emergency’ measure to save the economy, to right the fiscal ship – has becomes a permanent state of affairs.
By Mark Brandt | Published: October 7, 2016
If we value contrary opinion on campus, say social psychologist Mark Brandt, it’s important to ask: Where are the conservatives?