Venezuela Isn’t Just a Failed State. It’s a Failure of the Left, by Tyler Cowen

Las cinco trampas del impuesto a la banca de Podemos, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Las elecciones españolas que la libertad va a perder, de María Blanco

Gestación subrogada y neoliberalismo, de Juan Manuel López-Zafra

Faking It on Climate Change, by Bjorn Lomborg




Glifosato y cáncer: que los datos no te estropeen una buena historia, de Esther Samper

Democracy in Decline?, by Loren E. Lomasky

Casado no rebajará impuestos como ha prometido, de Juan Ramón Rallo

La contrarreforma laboral será un ‘empleocidio’, de José Luis Feito

Extendida Mente, de Emiliano Bruner



Critics of Evolutionary Psychology Say It’s All Just Storytelling. Here’s Why They’re Wrong, by Bo Winegard

Did laughter make the mind? A psychological relief valve and a guard against despotism, laughter is a uniquely human – and collective – activity, by Chris Knight

Liberals and Conservatives React in Wildly Different Ways to Repulsive Pictures. To a surprising degree, our political beliefs may derive from a specific aspect of our biological makeup: our propensity to feel physical revulsion, by Kathleen McAulifee

De simples reglas al comportamiento colectivo, de Marta Iglesias

Religiosidad y teoría de la mente, de José Ramón Alonso



Does Your Language Shape How You Think?, by Guy Deutscher

No, Laffer no ha obrado milagros en EEUU, de Juan Ramón Rallo

¿Por qué el alcohol sí y el cannabis no?, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Efficient “Central Bank Digital Currency” is a Fantasy, by Larry White

Los altos costes de una guerra comercial a gran escala, de Juan Ramón Rallo



A biochemist’s crusade to overturn evolution misrepresents theory and ignores evidence, by Nathan H. Lents, S. Joshua Swamidass & Richard E. Lenski (review of Darwin Devolves: The New Science About DNA That Challenges Evolution by Michael J. Behe)

The Green New Deal Would Spend the U.S. Into Oblivion, by Noah Smith

Should Paul McCartney and Other Billionaires Be ‘Abolished’?, by Nick Gillespie

The trouble with feminism, by Philippe Lemoine

The Modern New Deal that’s Too Good to be True, by George Selgin



What Prominent Biologists Think of Stephen Jay Gould

The Only Green New Deals That Have Ever Worked Were Done With Nuclear, Not Renewables, by Michael Shellenberger

La pobreza mundial cae la definas como la definas, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Words as feelings. A special class of vivid, textural words defy linguistic theory: could ‘ideophones’ unlock the secrets of humans’ first utterances? by David Robson

DNA Determinism, by Arnold Kling (review of Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are, by Robert Plomin)



Por un sistema de peajes electrónicos urbanos, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Why Doing Good Makes It Easier to Be Bad, by Abbas Panjwani

How seeing snakes in the grass helped primates to evolve, by Lynne A. Isbell

Humans Tamed Themselves: A leading anthropologist suggests that protohumans became domesticated by killing off violent males, by Melvin Konner (Review of The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution by Richard Wrangham)

Sure, it can backflip – but can a robot hold down a desk job?, by Amy LaViers