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December 2017

12.15.17 Rex, you did the right thing (Aristophanes)

12.14.17 Alabama election puts Congress up for grabs (Aristophanes, Hermes and Dolos)

12.13.17 Alabama draws a line in the sand (Aristophanes)

12.11.17 Fiction: ‘The Importance of Being God’ (Aristophanes)

12.10.17 Parks and Recreation’s greatest scene (Aristophanes)

12.07.17 Bredesen’s Senate candidacy gives Democrats a chance (Hermes)

12.02.17 So long, fiscal conservatism (Aristophanes)

November 2017

11.29.17 Worried football fans suddenly care about sexual abuse (Hermes)

11.26.17 Rights of the accused are for courts, not politics (Aristophanes)

11.25.17 1950s Hercules falls far from the tree (Hermes)

11.23.17 Roy Moore should stay in the race (Hermes)

11.22.17 Roy Moore will lose (Aristophanes)

11.14.17 Too bad Trump isn’t a Democrat, I guess (Aristophanes)

11.09.17 Men won’t save Alabama. Women can. (Aristophanes)

11.08.17 Democrats are favored to retake the House (Aristophanes)

11.02.17 Local news is under attack (Hermes)

11.01.17 Ben-Hur: Different worlds intertwined (Hermes)


October 2017

10.30.17 Rallies show Trump emboldens racists (Hermes)

10.30.17 Mueller is draining the swamp (Aristophanes)

10.27.17 Catalonia is Spain’s problem — for now (Aristophanes)

10.27.17 Should we forgive Trump voters? (Aristophanes)

10.26.17 Bob Corker might run for president (Hermes)

10.24.17 Can Democrats win in deep-red states? (Aristophanes, Hermes and Dolos)

10.23.17 Phil Bredesen, please run (Hermes)

10.19.17 Trump doesn’t care about our troops (Hermes)

10.19.17 What is Jeff Sessions hiding? (Aristophanes)

10.17.17 Free will reigns in Middle-earth (Aristophanes)

10.16.17 Boy Scouts refute gender binarism (Aristophanes)

10.13.17 Reliabilism’s causal component fails (Aristophanes)

10.12.17 A second Korean War is a real possibility (Aristophanes)

10.11.17 McCaskill just lost re-election (Aristophanes)

10.10.17 Blackburn bad for Tennessee, US (Hermes)

10.10.17 Don’t reward ‘Rick and Morty’ fans for Szechuan antics (Hermes)

10.09.17 Rex Tillerson shouldn’t quit (Aristophanes)

10.09.17 Blade Runner 2049’s style bucks blockbuster trend (Aristophanes)

10.09.17 Free will is a comforting fantasy (Aristophanes)

10.08.17 Was Pence’s NFL walkout a planned political stunt? (Hermes)

10.08.17 Corker blasts Trump, speaking truth to power (Aristophanes and Hermes)

10.07.17 Rick and Morty: Ranking Season 3 (Hermes and Aristophanes)

10.06.17 BoJack Horseman explores mental illness in a way never seen on TV (Hermes)

10.04.17 Blade Runner: Expression through restraint (Aristophanes)

10.03.17 Gun control isn’t debatable (Hermes and Aristophanes)

10.02.17 Rick and Morty: POTUS vs. Rick (Aristophanes and Hermes)

10.01.17 Nozick’s libertarianism isn’t just (Aristophanes)


September 2017

09.30.17 Angela Merkel is a global feminist icon who isn’t feminist (Aristophanes)

09.28.17 6 picks to replace Sen. Bob Corker (Hermes)

09.28.17 Trump should stick to politics (Hermes)

09.27.17 Rick and Morty: Beth scares us all (Aristophanes and Hermes)

09.27.17 In Alabama, Trump loses, but Trumpism wins (Aristophanes)

09.26.17 By opposing Merkel, Social Democrats saved Germany (Aristophanes)

09.26.17 Trump must alter his rhetoric on N. Korea (Aristophanes)

09.24.17 Kushner’s private email shows Trump family hypocrisy (Aristophanes)

09.24.17 Life of Pi: A film to make you believe in God (Aristophanes)

09.23.17 The Graduate: How music sets a tone (Aristophanes)

09.22.17 Bernie Sanders might have killed Obamacare (Aristophanes)

09.22.17 Rebel Without a Cause: Melodrama as a stylistic mode (Aristophanes)

09.21.17 Rise and fall of the Italian Carbonari (Aristophanes)

09.20.17 Fiction: ‘This Land, Like Death’ (Aristophanes)

09.19.17 Rick and Morty: Summer gets serious (Aristophanes and Hermes)

09.19.17 Is it time to forgive Sean Spicer? (Aristophanes)

09.18.17 Leader of the free world? Forget it. (Aristophanes)

09.18.17 Originalism is shaping the Supreme Court (Aristophanes)

09.17.17 Alexander, Weinberg and the problem of intuition (Aristophanes)

09.14.17 Trump is making more deals with Democrats (Aristophanes)

09.14.17 Is there a moral obligation to give to charity? (Aristophanes)

09.13.17 Single-payer is coming (Aristophanes)

09.13.17 Rick and Morty: Kallipolis in the Citadel (Aristophanes and Hermes)

09.12.17 How Hollywood can succeed in Japan (Aristophanes)

09.11.17 Moral imperialism isn’t novel (Aristophanes)

09.09.17 Without Texas, Republicans are doomed (Aristophanes)

09.08.17 Trump isn’t pivoting (Aristophanes)

09.07.17 Citizen Kane’s prying lens (Aristophanes)

09.06.17 Criminal quarantine fails as an ethical theory (Aristophanes)

09.05.17 Trump ditched DACA. Congress should make it law. (Aristophanes)

09.04.17 Macron’s presidency will fail (Aristophanes)

09.03.17 Woodrow Wilson espoused utilitarian justice (Aristophanes)

09.02.17 Trump’s $1M Houston pledge is meaningless (Hermes)

09.01.17 Society fears existential truth (Aristophanes)


August 2017

08.31.17 ‘Nashville Statement’ shows evangelical hypocrisy, tone-deafness (Hermes)

08.30.17 Rick and Morty: Addicted to our own limitations (Aristophanes, Hermes)

08.29.17 America faces a crisis of confidence (Aristophanes)

08.28.17 Trump’s politics are far from irrational (Aristophanes)

08.27.17 BoJack Horseman: 9 stories to follow (Hermes)

08.27.17 Trump’s Arpaio pardon disgraces justice (Aristophanes)

08.25.17 Nazi Germany knew how to edit (Aristophanes)

08.24.17 Yellow journalism left a nasty stain — and a few good ideas (Aristophanes)

08.23.17 Plato foresaw democracy’s fall (Aristophanes)

08.22.17 Rick and Morty: Is Jerry on the way out? (Aristophanes, Hermes)

08.22.17 US should accept N. Korea’s nuclear ambitions (Aristophanes)

08.20.17 Stephen Bannon ousted by Trump, returns to Breitbart (Aristophanes)

08.20.17 Abortion, terror and trolley cars (Aristophanes)

08.19.17 Fiction: ‘Telaim’ (Aristophanes)

08.19.17 Dr. Strangelove: Setting a scene with light and shadow (Aristophanes)

08.19.17 Brexit, Asimov and the ‘Evitable Conflict’ (Aristophanes)

08.19.17 What is free will — and do we have it? (Aristophanes)