Debates in jurisprudence are hard, says Oliver Traldi. Humanists should learn about them.
Oliver TraldiAt the @ChronicleReview I explain why scholars in the humanities should spend just a little more time thinking and reading about originalism before claiming that their disciplines can disprove it.
<p>This month we learned that Tesla, a $400 billion public company run by one of the richest people in the world, has done away with its media relations department—effectively formalizing an informal policy of ignoring reporters. Though we should...
Sometime last year I got an email from a philosopher I knew just a little bit — nobody you’ve likely heard of, just a sharp person with…
Oliver TraldiI wrote a short post reflecting on all the hustle and bustle around my review of Entitled from a few weeks ago, which took me by surprise but mostly just involved people saying nice things to me. In the post I tried to clarify a few things from the review.
Café Culture North East presents "Science Fictions: Exposing Fraud, Bias, Negligence and Hype in Science:" Stuart J. Ritchie in conversation with Oliver Traldi. Part of our Café Scientifique programme.
So much relies on science. But what if science...