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Pablo Piccato

Pablo Piccato

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Pablo Piccato, Professor of History at Columbia University, is the author, most recently, of A History of Infamy: Crime, Truth, and Justice in Mexico.

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    Deep Thought in Dark Times

    Cheryl Misak

    Long caricatured as an exponent of reductionist scientism, the interwar Vienna Circle comprised some of Europe's greatest minds. Thanks to a series of excellent reappraisals geared toward a mass audience, the Circle is finally getting the critical appreciation it deserves.

    reviews four books revisiting a critical and increasingly relevant period of intellectual history.
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    Destination Net-Zero

    China and the European Union will need to undergo massive and urgent economic transitions in order to fulfill their recent pledges to become carbon neutral within the next few decades. But peer pressure and policy convergence could yet make these ambitions achievable – especially if the United States rejoins the global fight against climate change.


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