Aziz Rana (Cornell): Constitutionalism and the Foundations of the Security State. Yaniv Heled (Georgia State): On Patenting Human Organisms or How the Abortion Wars Feed into the Ownership Fallacy. Martin Bartenberger (Vienna): John Dewey and David Graeber: Elements of Radical Democracy in Pragmatist and Anarchist Thinking. Hershey H. Friedman (Brooklyn) and Linda Weiser Friedman (Baruch): Why Spirituality Belongs in the Business Curriculum. Snezana Zhana Vrangalova (NYU): Who Benefits from Casual Sex? The Moderating Role of Sociosexuality. From Lawyers, Guns and Money, Erik Loomis on a completely legal act; and rarely has a more vacuous and useless question been asked with greater frequency. David DesRosiers reviews Marriage and Civilization: How Monogamy Made Us Human by William Tucker. Helen Croydon on a serious argument for ditching monogamy: The current model of lifelong, cohabiting monogamous partnership has never been such an outdated ideal. Felix Salmon on the Piketty pessimist. Jonathan Chait on Chris Hayes, the Keystone pipeline, and environmental activism. In 2008, Elizabeth Warren thought she was done with Washington — then she got a call from Harry Reid: An excerpt from A Fighting Chance. Why do racist words bring more accountability than racist practices? The introduction to Getting Incentives Right: Improving Torts, Contracts, and Restitution by Robert D. Cooter and Ariel Porat. From Noah to Moses, why the renewed interest in Bible films?

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