Stefan Huster (RUB): Cognitive Limits and the Beginning of Life: An Objection against the Identity Argument. From Forward, Devra Ferst on how Curious George fought the Nazis; and Tuli Kupferberg is Yiddish-speaking 60’s rebel, an unrepentant anarcho-pacifist at 86. Rule of Law, Misrule of Men: Elaine Scarry on why we must prosecute Bush administration officials. Horse power: A review of Russia Against Napoleon: The Battle for Europe, 1807 to 1814 by Dominic Lieven (and more). Nicole Rudick reviews Baba Yaga Laid an Egg by Dubravka Ugresic. Jonathan Rauch on the decline of a parent: Millions of middle-aged Americans are silently struggling to cope with a crisis that needs to be plucked from the realm of the personal and brought into full public view. Literary history is littered with old friends like Anna Ford and Martin Amis feuding by letter. With their afternoon tea, brogue accents, and fields of diddle-dee, just who do the Falklands Islanders think they are? Fantastic Man has been hugely influential on the men’s magazine market — can its new sister The Gentlewoman have a similar effect? An interview with Nancy Abelmann, author of The Intimate University: Korean American Students and the Problems of Segregation. A review of The Cultural Capital of Asian American Studies: Autonomy and Representation in the University by Mark Chiang (and more). The History of the Honey Trap: Five lessons for would-be James Bonds and Bond girls — and the men and women who would resist them. The Venus Project is a future design for humanity and the Planet Earth that rests on the foundations of compassion, freedom, unbridled technological innovation, education and the transition from a monetary-based economy and into a resource-based one.

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