* Wittes and Singh on James Madison
* Classic papers in philosophy by women
* James Michael Greer considers Spengler's Second Religiosity at "The Archdruid Report"
* A Clerk of Oxford on C. S. Lewis as a medievalist
* Laura C. Mallonee on C. S. Lewis's poetry
* Thony Christie on the story of Isaac Newton and the apple
* Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson and Hanukkah
* Rebecca Stark re-posts a good discussion of Beatrix Potter
* Michael Trotten discusses the deterioration of Cuba
* Kenny Pearce on historical context for Locke on faith and reason
* And if those aren't enough links for you, John Wilkins is hosting the 66th Carnival of Evolution, with a Whovian theme.