How do we assess whether a claim is worthy of belief? What does it mean to treat it with scepticism?
By Anna Speyart We are so accustomed to title pages, tables of contents, and indexes as our first points of
By Cindy Kok Look closely at the lower left corner of Jan Weenix’s 1693 group portrait: a pineapple grows amidst
Over the next two months, the Journal of the History of Ideas Blog and Tocqueville 21 will co-publish commentaries in
By Contributing Writer Karie Schultz. On 28 February 1638, opponents of King Charles I gathered at Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh
By Contributing Writer Julian Koch Unless we are unashamed linguistic chauvinists, some, maybe most, of the works of literature we