I've been in a chicken-packing plant and, believe me, the prospect of growing meat from cells is progress, not "woke propaganda."
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What anthropologist Mary Douglas's work can tell us about the purity conflicts roiling our culture.
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There are no guarantees, and what matters in the long run may not be what you think.
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Why are Democrats losing working-class voters they thought were a sure thing? Maybe because the party offers them neglect, stagnation, and expensive…
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Last Wednesday, Ross Douthat devoted his NYT column to applying the stasis/dynamism model I developed in The Future and Its Enemies to understanding…
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ChatGPT portends huge productivity increases and major disruptions in any enterprise in which writing matters. Also, animation..
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"The future perfect can only be a tense, not a thing." The mid-20th-century was a weird time that produced an anti-tech backlash.
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It wasn't pretty. But at least we no longer face bracket creep.
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Why do people buy things they "don't need"? And why should we care? (Be sure to read to the end.)
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Housekeepers’ union campaign against “disqualiflation” in hotel cleaning. My latest Bloomberg Opinion column is explained well in an excellent subhead…
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ChatGPT writes rhymes, not poetry—and doesn’t know the difference.
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A Nobel Prize for Dennis Slamon would be more appropriate than an orgy of pink.
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