A new issue of OnEarth is out. From Philosophy Now, wearing lipstick is a choice which shows that though we’re influenced by society, we can still make decisions about who we want to be; Raymond Tallis is sceptical about Moore’s scepticism about scepticism; a review of Language, Consciousness, Culture: Essays on Mental Structure by Ray Jackendoff; a review of The Bible: The Biography by Karen Armstrong; and a review of The Philosophy of Film Noir. Here's the latest issue of the Center for Naturalism Newsletter. From NDPR, a review of Moral Value and Human Diversity by Robert Audi; and a review of Rationality and Moral Theory: How Intimacy Generates Reasons by Diane Jeske. From The Freeman, a review of David’s Hammer: The Case for an Activist Judiciary by Clint Bolick; and an article on profit: not just a motive. Scientology's money trail: Celebrities! Tax shelters! Bart Simpson! A glimpse into the finances of the secretive church. Picture a universal language: A capricious designer explores the possibilities (and limits) of wordless communication. Give it to me straight: For spinach-in-the-teeth and embarrassing-smell moments, it is far better to be brutally honest. In defense of teasing: Why sticking your tongue out, mocking your parents, going for the punch line or giving a noogie really does make you a better person.