* The 2016 Best Illusion of the Year Contest. I actually think the best one is the one that got second place, Kokichi Sugihara's Ambiguous Cylinder Illusion, a perspective illusion that really has to be seen to be believed:
Here are instructions for doing a simple version of the illusion yourself.
* A Physics World podcast on Robert Grosseteste
* Whewell's Gazetter, Year 3, Vol #02, for your history of science pleasure
* Jonathan Gaisman on Scruton on Wagner.
* The Austen Family music books (ht: MrsD)
* Jeremy Holmes on Aquinas's commentary on Job. It is indeed a very good commentary; I think only Saadia Gaon's is in the same league.
* The current case that Charles Dawson is probably the one responsible for the Piltdown Man hoax.
* Clare Coffey, No Ordinary Place, on public libraries
* Joseph Ryan Kelly interviews Eleonore Stump on her book The God of the Bible and the God of the Philosophers.
* Otto Neurath's stint as a happiness consultant.
* The works to which C. S. Lewis refers in An Experiment in Criticism
* Martha Nussbaum on anger
* Rachel Aviv on Martha Nussbaum
* An interesting series on the Transfiguration and hermeneutics at "Alastair's Adversaria"
* Two major sources for the history of liturgy: The Gelasian Sacramentary and the Verona Sacramentary
* A podcast panel on the Confucian uses of hierarchy at "microphilosophy"