Paul Bloom leads a forum discussion on why we crave luxury goods. Martin O’Neill writes about what the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn means for the future of the Radical Left. Jenny Hendrix reviews Sven Birkerts’s new book on the perils of “smart” devices, and Nathan Robinson warns that bad forensic science is ruining criminal justice. Plus, Cathy Park Hong announces the winner of our annual poetry contest, Safiya Sinclair.
PAUL BLOOM DEBATES
SUSAN A. GELMAN, VIRGINIA POSTREL, SHAMUS KHAN, NICHOLAS A. CHRISTAKIS, DAVID CLOUTIER, DEBRA SATZ, BRUCE HOOD, JOEL M. PODOLNY, WILL WILKINSON, AND JUDITH LEVINE.
Reliable Rebel: Jeremy Corbyn and the Revival of the Radical Left
Books & Ideas
A Servant Heart: How Neoliberalism Came to Be
Ghost in the Machine: Sven Birkerts’s Changing the Subject
Forensic Pseudoscience: The Unheralded Crisis of Criminal Justice
Safiya Sinclair introduced by Cathy Park Hong