22 February 2006 - Wednesday

Reading list

Francis Fukuyama presents an intellectual history of neoconservatism, explaining where he thinks the movement went wrong.

For the sake of the new arrivals in academia, Michael Drout provides some fun guidelines for academic reading and writing.

Richard Nokes thinks he's found the reason medievalists are such avid bloggers. They're lonely.

Hugo Holbling describes the philosophy of Dutch soccer, "the most beautiful football in the world."

At The New Pantagruel, Dan Knauss discusses "Christian Humanism, Past and Present," arguing that humanism and modernism are not such close kinsfolk as often believed. Naturally, Erasmus gets a lot of play.

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