Mihaela Morariu (TUIASI): Public and Private in the Anthropology of Hannah Arendt. From feminists@law, a special section on Feminist Engagements with the Return to the Commons. Social criticism in the age of the normalized intellectual: Contrary to repeated claims of the disappearance of the intellectuals, their participation in public discussion has never been livelier than in today’s advanced democracies, Axel Honneth argues. What comes after the hipster? Flavorwire asks the experts. People in Economics: A compilation of interviews published in Finance and Development magazine of Nobel prize winners, policymakers, and intellectual leaders around the world in the fields of finance and economics. Marc Ambinder on ten things he learned during a decade in D.C. Is the filibuster unconstitutional? Ezra Klein wants to know. From Against the Current, Paul Ortiz on C.L.R. James' visionary legacy. The great legal paradox of our time: Jack Goldsmith on how civil libertarians strengthened the National Security State. The business of war: Shane Smith on SOFEX: Experiencing the military-industrial complex trade show.