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Diet culture is just another way of dealing with the fear of death.
Fascism is in the running to be Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. But it’s not the right word for the current moment.
Two new books on gender in the workplace can help women and men become better colleagues and managers.
Cochair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
If properly understood and marshaled, they “can be a liberal democracy's strongest bulwark against the dangers posed by intolerant social movements.”
Is there something special about humanity’s method of understanding the world around us? If there are other intelligent beings in the world, would their knowledge be important in the same way?David Deutsch‘s research suggests an affirmative answer to
He supported Donald Trump on the theory that “his illiberal tendencies are actually a feature rather than a bug.”
In this issue, we celebrate our Young Millionaires. These are the faces and the inspiration of tomorrow.
A new study suggests that conservative politicians in the United States, Europe, and Australia tend to be better-looking.
Seven stories about women who were all set to rule the world—and how their careers shook out
ANDREW SULLIVAN THROUGHOUT THE WEEK, I heard no specific policy proposals to tackle clearly stated public problems. It is almost as if governing, for the Republican right, is fundamentally about an attitude, rather than about experience or practical
THE WORD EMPOWERMENT HAS BECOME the rallying cry of mainstream feminism, with virtually any act performed enthusiastically by a woman—from washing her hair to posting her bikini photos—now designated as “empowering.” But while everyone from Unilever