From Humanitas, Ryan Holston (JHU): Burke’s Historical Morality; Colin D. Pearce (USC-Beaufort): History for Life: Simms and Nietzsche Compared; Michael P. Federici (Mercyhurst): Imperialism Destroys the Constitutional Republic; and a review of Conservatism in America: Making Sense of the American Right by Paul Gottfried. From The Humanist, a review of What's So Great about Christianity by Dinesh D'Souza; a review of I Don’t Believe in Atheists by Chris Hedges; and a brief history of Jonathan Miller. From the International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, Slavoj Zizek on The Prospects of Radical Politics Today; Sally Hart (Chichester): Jean Baudrillard and Jacques Derrida: At the Limits of Thought; Gerry Coulter (Bishop’s): Passings: Richard Rorty and the Voluntary Servitude of Philosophy; Marc J. LaFountain (UWG): Obscene Ethics: A Baudrillardian View of Spurlock’s Super Size Me; a review of Cyborgs and Barbie Dolls. Feminism, Popular Culture and the Posthuman Body by Kim Toffoletti; and was Baudrillard a nihilist? Ashley Woodward investigates. From The L Magazine, man walks along famous street, writes story about it. Economic relations, political values: Which is the tail, and which is the dog? Hundreds of economic blogs have sprung up on the Internet, many written by academics — what gives, and how did economics become so popular?