Amnon Lehavi (Radzyner): Why Philosophers, Social Scientists, and Lawyers Think Differently about Property Rights. Beatriz Revelles Benavente (UOC): The Creation of Epistemological-Empirical Knowledge, with Hillary Clinton's Political Speech as an Example. Andrew J. Martin reviews Winning: Reflections on an American Obsession by Francesco Duina. From Vice’s “Question of the Day”, would you rather live in a fascist nation or complete anarchy?; and would you stay with your partner if they could never have sex again? My 6,128 favorite books: Joe Queenan on how a harmless juvenile pastime turned into a lifelong personality disorder. Martha Newman reviews The Cistercians in the Middle Ages by Janet Burton and Julie Kerr. From TLS, Neil Forsyth reviews Milton and the Post-Secular Present: Ethics, Politics, Terrorism by Feisal G. Mohamed. From Swans, Manuel Garcia, Jr. on the esoteric J. Robert Oppenheimer. Don’t like your body? Don’t blame the models. Earth's last unexplored wilderness: Biologists are starting to explore the woolly ecosystems in our homes and hospitals, and figuring out how they can make us sick or keep us healthy.