Bringing the outdoors in

From Slate, have corporate-sponsored Internet pranks gone too far? A review of The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power by Jeff Sharlet (and more from Bookforum). An excerpt from The Moral Force of Indigenous Politics: Critical Liberalism and the Zapatistas by Courtney Jung. An excerpt from Daring to Look: Dorothea Lange’s Photographs and Reports from the Field by Anne Whiston Spirn. A review of The Knowledge Book: Key Concepts in Philosophy by Steve Fuller. From The Philosophers' Magazine, James Garvey argues that climate change is bad — for you; and Kenan Malik on genetics and the politics of ignorance (and more). From Philosophy Now, a review of Ancient Philosophy and Everyday Life by Trevor Curnow; and Raymond Tallis asserts the truth about the truth. When Barack Obama and John McCain vow to be reformers, what do they mean? A declaration of identity was once a declaration of responsibility; what does that mean in an age of mass anonymity? Think you're not part of the military-industrial complex? Think again. The nature of design: Biophilic concepts are gradually working their way into the design mainstream, helping humans thrive by bringing the outdoors in. Universal patterns within cultural diversity: Robert Jensen on how patriarchy makes men crazy and stupid