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DAVID BROOKS

David Brooks writes a regular column for The New York Times.

Articles by DAVID BROOKS

Commentary: The moral power of curiosity Commentary: The moral power of curiosity
25 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Most of us have at one time or another felt ourselves in the grip of the explanatory drive. [Read More]
Commentary: Party all the time
26 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Over the last several decades, the United States has adopted a series of campaign finance reform laws. [Read More]
Commentary: The republic of fear
27 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
If you’re reading this, you are probably not buffeted by daily waves of physical terror. [Read More]
Commentary: Going home again Commentary: Going home again
28 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The TED conference is dedicated to innovation. Most of the people who give TED talks are working on some creative project: to invent new bionic limbs for amputees, new telescopes, new fusion reactors or new protest movements to reduce the power of money in politics. [Read More]
Commentary: Understanding the deepest self Commentary: Understanding the deepest self
29 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
There is, by now, a large literature on the chemistry and biology of love and sex. [Read More]
Commentary: The Leaderless Doctrine
29 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
We’re in the middle of a remarkable shift in how Americans see the world and their own country’s role in the world. [Read More]
Commentary: The archipelago of pain Commentary: The archipelago of pain
29 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
We don’t flog people in our prison system, or put them in thumbscrews or stretch them on the rack. We do, however, lock prisoners away in social isolation for 23 hours a day, often for months, years or decades at a time. [Read More]
Commentary: Ease and ardor Commentary: Ease and ardor
31 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Michel de Montaigne and Samuel Johnson are two of the greatest essayists who ever lived. They tackled similar problems and were fascinated by some of the same perplexities, but they represent different personality types and recommended two different ways to live. [Read More]
Commentary: Capitalism for the masses
32 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
When Arthur Brooks was 24, he was playing the French horn in a chamber music concert in Dijon, France. He noticed a beautiful woman smiling at him from the front row, so, after the recital, he made a beeline for her and introduced himself. [Read More]
Commentary: Politics and the refiner's fire Commentary: Politics and the refiner's fire
33 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
In 2005, Michael Ignatieff left a teaching job at Harvard to enter politics in his native Canada with hopes of becoming prime minister. [Read More]
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