False privilege, digital junk food, greenflation, and the untold story of a Wisconsin prison soul band.
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Dear Readers, I hope this email finds you well. This week we feature a stimulating roundtable discussion between four of Quillette's contributors from the field of psychology: Chris Ferguson, Bo Winegard, Allen Buchanan and Cory Clark. Together they weigh The Costs and Benefits of Tribalism. We've also got two in-depth
Dear Reader, I hope you've had an intellectually stimulating week. If not, we have the cure in the form of seven thought-provoking essays. A must-read this week is John Lloyd on how Russia's kleptocracy has spread corruption to all corners of the globe. And Spencer Case's review of Dissident Philosophers: