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2010 in US Intellectual History

Historically, we don’t amount to much apparently!This being the last week of the year, I figured it would be a good time to have a conversation about 2010 in U.S. intellectual history….which of course means at least two things*: 1. The most significant works in U.S. intellectual history. 2. The most significant developments in U.S. thought.That second meaning, I think, will likely be somewhat elusive at this point. After all, one of the reasons we do intellectual history is that ideas take a while to work their significance out (if that’s not dreadfully old-fashioned to say).  Though some Read more