Articles by Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson
A new history of philosophy makes a brave attempt to fill in gaps in public knowledge, but does it pass the "wikipedia test?"
Martha Nussbaum is one of the few philosophers who engages with a broad audience. It's a shame that her new book is such a mess
Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson / June 12, 2013
An interview with the New Republic's legendary literary editor
What can Hitchcock tell us about America?
Hilary Putnam is not well known outside philosophy. He should be