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Fascist Language in American Political Discourse

Fascist Language in American Political Discourse

Fascist’ is commonly used by both sides of the political spectrum to discredit the other. Its connotations are rich and varied, but its primary use is to insinuate that another’s viewpoint is hate-filled, totalitarian, antiquated, dangerous, stupid or just plain wrong.

PODCAST: What Philosophy and Psychology can tell us About Trash in New York City

PODCAST: What Philosophy and Psychology can tell us About Trash in New York City

Why is New York City more littered than other cities around the world? And if trash cans are plotted all over the city, why do they so often go unused?

Paved with Differing Intentions: The Origins of Iranian Mistrust of the United States, 1980-1988

Paved with Differing Intentions: The Origins of Iranian Mistrust of the United States, 1980-1988

In March 2014, surveillance pictures were taken in the Islamic Republic of Iran showing a non-working replica of a US Navy aircraft carrier being built by Iranians, which prompted statements of suspicion from American officials.