The spread of liberal institutions does not decrease violence but transforms it. We call this process liberal pacification.
Why humans can't rest but superintelligent AIs might
To generate the graph below, you need two data files. The first is yearly income decile data from Piketty (2014), which should be named “Inequality_USA.csv.” The second is the Cross-National Time-Series data from Banks and Wilson (2017), which should be called “2017 Edition CNTSDATA.csv.” Finally, the code snippet below should be in a file called “Baron_et_al-ISQ.R” — that will be an R script that compiles the two datasets before producing the figure from our article.
The pushback against political correctness has led to overly hasty generalizations about leftist opposition to free speech. Survey data tell some surprising stories.
Are Social Justice Warriors a real ideological faction of the Left, with a unique moral psychology? The first in a multi-part series using 'big data' to understand obscure ideological subcultures.
Drawing on ancient Greek religion, Lacan, Deleuze, and Foucault, I show Plato's *Republic* to be a topological solution to the problem that philosophical theory relies on political forces.
Critics of U.S. President Donald Trump frequently compare him to Adolf Hitler. Does comparing Trump to Hitler decrease support for his policies? We conducted a survey experiment to investigate the causal effect of a Hitler comparison on support for a Trump policy.
Supplementary information for my article on the hidden decline of rioting.
Conservatism, racism, and white nationalism are not increasing. It's social liberalism that is taking over.