Rebecca Mead’s Middlemarch Pilgrimage and the 3 Wrong Ways to Read a Novel
The Time for Tales and A Tale for the Time Being
Muddling through "Life after Life": A Reflection on Plot and Character in Kate Atkinson's New Novel
The Self-Righteousness Instinct: Steven Pinker on the Better Angels of Modernity and the Evils of Morality
Sabbath Says: Philip Roth and the Dilemmas of Ideological Castration
Capuchin-22: A Review of "The Bonobo and the Atheist" by Frans de Waal
Napoleon Chagnon's Crucible and the Ongoing Epidemic of Moralizing Hysteria in Academia
The Feminist Sociobiologist: An Appreciation of Sarah Blaffer Hrdy Disguised as a Review of “Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding”
Too Psyched for Sherlock: A Review of Maria Konnikova’s “Mastermind: How to Think like Sherlock Holmes”—with Some Thoughts on Science Education
Sweet Tooth is a Strange Loop: An Aid to Some of the Dimmer Reviewers of Ian McEwan's New Novel
The People Who Evolved Our Genes for Us: Christopher Boehm on Moral Origins – Part 3 of A Crash Course in Multilevel Selection Theory
The Self-Transcendence Price Tag: A Review of Alex Stone's "Fooling Houdini"
Why Shakespeare Nauseated Darwin: A Review of Keith Oatley's "Such Stuff as Dreams"
Percy Fawcett's Two Lost Cities: An Essay on David Grann's "The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon"
The Storytelling Animal: A Light Read with Weighty Implications (a review of Jonathan Gottschall's "The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human"