As long as there have been philosophers, there has been thinking about morality.
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The Pope is a perverse sort of pacifist, not a man of peace.
Herf tells the complicated and often surprising story of the internal political struggles in Western capitals, as well as in the halls of the United Nations, that erupted at the end of the Second World War.
Hofstadter argued that McCarthyism was simply the latest iteration of a longstanding American tradition.
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