From Phantasma, Simina Ratiu (Babes-Bolyai): The Anti-Utopian Pessimism of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century; Olga Stefan (Babes-Bolyai): Creating Space in Modern Dystopia: Two Early Approaches; and Andrada Fatu-Tutoveanu (Babes-Bolyai): “America is Sad”: Images of Crisis and Media Construction of an American Anti-utopia in Early Cold War Communist Propaganda. Your family tree says you inherited 25 percent of your ancestry from each — genetics says you didn’t. Fans of basic human decency, rejoice: Hunter Moore, the founder of the now-defunct Is Anyone Up? and the so-called “king” of revenge porn, has officially been indicted. Alyssa Bernstein reviews Kant and the End of War: A Critique of Just War Theory by Howard Williams; and Kant and Cosmopolitanism: The Philosophical Ideal of World Citizenship by Pauline Kleingeld. Getting closer to the action: Why pension and sovereign funds are expanding geographically. Cat Ferguson on the future of biohacking in the age of patent trolls. Your subconscious knows if your marriage will last: Implicit gut feelings of newlyweds predict marital satisfaction. The tiny Pacific island of Palmerston is one of the most isolated island communities in the world, visited by a supply ship twice a year; what's more, most of its 62 inhabitants are descended from one man — an Englishman who settled there 150 years ago. You can download The Formation of National States in Western Europe, ed. Charles Tilly (1975).

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