In Hägglund’s reluctance to articulate institutional forms of democratic socialism or a clear path to get there, he actually presents an elusive utopia that we just have to believe in.
The specter of an ancient threat to liberty, prosperity, and basic human dignity haunts the Caribbean world today.
An open society invites different people to be part of the discourse. An open society welcomes dissent.
King’s practical arguments against violence are more compelling than his moral arguments because they more effectively demonstrate the weaknesses of violence in the context of the civil rights movement.
Imagine an omnipotent system that could detect whenever a law was broken, whether on the internet or in real life.
Why has it taken so long—more than an entire century—for af Klint to receive the recognition she deserves?
How do we save online forums from themselves?
“Everyone should read the journal until there’s something that’s made them angry, in a sense, there’s something they’ve agreed with, and there’s something they’ve found unexpected.”