Max Albert (JLU): Why Bayesian Rationality Is Empty, Perfect Rationality Doesn't Exist, Ecological Rationality Is Too Simple, and Critical Rationality Does the Job. From The Berlin Review of Books, a review of Jan Tschichold: Master Typographer: His Life, Work, and Legacy by Cees W. de Jong; and a review essay on handwriting and technology. Cheney’s Tortured World: An article on terrorism, torture and preemption. Laura Brodie on Becoming Jane Austen: Here are some of the best sellers that had the greatest influence on Austen’s early novels. A review of A Brilliant Darkness: The Extraordinary Life and Mysterious Disappearance of Ettore Majorana, the Troubled Genius of the Nuclear Age by Joao Magueijo. From FT, a review of books on media and politics. From Irish Left Review, an article on Kraft and the state of advanced capitalism. From First Things, Michael P. Orsi on the drama of the Christian funeral. Why do all national anthems sound the same? Shouldn't the one for Iraq sound a little more "Arab-y"? Manhattan's Diva of Dirt: An interview with Michael Musto, author of Fork on the Left, Knife in the Back. Math, from basic to baffling: Steven Strogatz on division and its discontents. Populist retribution and financial services regulation: Adam C. Pritchard compares the current effort to reform financial services regulation with the regulatory initiatives that come out of the Great Depression. Life Among the "Yakkity Yaks": An interview with renowned inventor Temple Grandin on how the insights she gained from her own autism fueled her career. Christopher Sabatini on the 7 things President Hugo Chavez has taught him. The Godfather of Extreme Skiing: Meet Yuichiro Miura, the man who skied down Mt. Everest 40 years ago. A review of Have I Reasons by Robert Morris.