Revolution Part 6: How to Think About It

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Revolution Part 6: How to Think About It

It is not necessarily the case that one should study revolution as a historian would, or at least not an academic one. The examination of historical revolution, and the philosophical ideas driving them, need not be dry and unrelatable.

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Making Darkness Light

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Making Darkness Light

Relating to the podcast published on the same day, Brannon puts down his extended thoughts on the conspiracy theories we come across and their underlying mechanics.

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Kings of Denial

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Kings of Denial

Have you got a crazy uncle that tells you all about the conspiracy of climate change? Does he also have pictures of Sasquatch? No? Didn’t think so! He’s also full of crap on the climate piece. Read for some great counter-arguments to some bad arguments.

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A Mind of My Own

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A Mind of My Own

Moderates are the most important force in modern American elections. How do we harness their balance-correcting power?

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Musings on Learning Deeply

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Musings on Learning Deeply

Part of Brannon’s “Musing” series offers a short look at a topic he’s been thinking about. This was referenced in our Podcast episode of the same name.

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Trophic Thunder

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Trophic Thunder

Seafood pollution is a very real thing. Matt writes about the processes that cause it and how it affects one particular body of water - San Diego Bay.

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The Long Bern

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The Long Bern

Brannon offers a much more comprehensive look at Bernie Sanders than you’ll get if you only watch television.

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