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The Structure of Scientific Revolutions at Fifty

Fall 2012

Matthew C. Rees looks back on the debates over the Thomas Kuhn classic that brought us the “paradigm shift”

The Marvelous Marie Curie

Fall 2012Algis Valiunas on the passions and struggles of radiation’s pioneer

The Physicists at Fifty

Summer 2012Samuel Matlack reconsiders the classic play about science, civilization, and insanity

The Architecture of Evil

Summer 2012Roger Forsgren on the lessons of Albert Speer, master architect of the Third Reich

Psychotherapy and the Pursuit of Happiness

Spring 2012Ronald W. Dworkin on the fraught path from Freud to friendship

Infrastructure Policy: Lessons from American History

Spring 2012Adam J. White on roads, rails, canals, and the politics of nation-building

What Is the Body Worth?

Spring 2012Ari N. Schulman on patient exploitation and the bad case for human tissue markets

Abraham Maslow and the All-American Self

Fall 2011Algis Valiunas on why the prophet of self-actualization was more than just a New Age icon

Why the Arabic World Turned Away from Science

Winter 2011Hillel Ofek on the lost Golden Age and the rejection of reason

Darwin’s World of Pain and Wonder

Fall 2009 - Winter 2010Algis Valiunas on the great scientist’s spiritual torment

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