Tag: Glenn Beck

Fellowship of the Link

Rita Koganzon critiques the latest developmental category, “emerging adulthood.” Stanley Fish laments the apparent demise of the humanities in Obama’s State of the Union speech. James Ryerson ponders (and narrates) the course of the philosophical novel. Glenn Greenwald throws down the gauntlet: can you spot the Republican? Jeffrey Polet wonders what they’re teaching children these…

Links, Links, Links!!

In an effort to be more like every other blog, we’re going to start having an occasional post of links to interesting articles. Our debut installment: Why Glenn Beck isn’t the Great White Christian Hope. Camille Paglia sees the humanities waning as the trades wax. A characteristically measured and insightful political critique from R.R. Reno.…