A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out. From Boston Review, a forum on debt relief, including a lead essay by Mike Konczal, and responses by Dean Baker, Tamara Draut, Jacob S. Hacker and Nathaniel Loewentheil, and Barbara H. Fried. From New York, John Heilemann on the 2013 Campaign: Now that Obama won the election, the race to decide the future begins; Jonathan Chait on how we just had a class war — and one side won; and Frank Rich on how Republicans are not the only ones afflicted with post-fact syndrome. Advanced analytical methods, based on radioactivity and radiation, have recently revealed that therapeutic dental filling was in use during the Stone Age. Valerie Tarico on why Bible believing Republicans say what they do and actually mean what they say about rape. How Fox News created a new culture of idiots: An excerpt from Assholes: A Theory by Aaron James. Felix Salmon on the problem with the Red Cross. Shock as royal website baldly states: Camilla will never be queen. Martin Stack reviews The Economics of Beer. Will President Obama seize the moment on climate change? (and more)