It’s best to run

David J. Luban (Georgetown): Carl Schmitt and the Critique of Lawfare. From M/C Journal, a special issue on doubt, including David Macarthur (Sydney): Pragmatist Doubt, Dogmatism and Bullshit; Malcolm David Brown (USQ): Doubt as Methodology and Object in the Phenomenology of Religion; Catherine Simpson on Communicating Uncertainty about Climate Change: The Scientists’ Dilemma; Deb Waterhouse-Watson (Monash): (Un)reasonable Doubt: A "Narrative Immunity" for Footballers against Sexual Assault Allegations; and Ryszard Dabek on Jean-Luc Godard: The Cinema in Doubt. From Arts and Opinion, an interview with Linda McQuaig, author of The Trouble with Billionaires: Why Too Much Money at the Top Is Bad for Everyone; a review of Holy Shit: Managing Manure To Save Mankind by Gene Logsdon; Robert Lewis on Robert Mapplethorpe versus the heterosexual dictatorship; and should tolerance be tolerated? Tolerance is not a virtue, and it should not be promoted as such. Did Rupert Murdoch invent a tin foil thinking-cap? Rory McTurk discusses the Icelandic sagas, medieval Nordic history, and links to Anglo-Saxon England. Stumbling into bad behavior: How we get blinded to our ethical lapses — and those of others. A geek by any other name would smell: What we call our bookworms and how endearing we find them. When a politician or a marketer refers to “The People”, it’s best to run. Measurements that mislead: From the SAT to the NFL, the problem with short-term tests. An interview with Bryan Caplan, author of Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids (and more and more and more and more). Does visibility actually help? David Keith Searcy on televised popular culture and support for LGBT causes. An interview with Michael Newman, author of Indie: An American Film Culture.