Democracy is messy, says Josiah Ober in his new book. “Democratic citizens must live among and negotiate the terms of their common lives with others who hold diverging interests. That means deliberating with people with whom we disagree.”
“It is customary to speak of someone having a gender identity, but most of us have many gender feels, which need not pattern together in any particular way,” Stanford philosopher R.A. Briggs writes in a new co-authored book.
A new approach to genetic ancestry developed by Stanford researchers yields insight into African American history by providing estimates of the number of African and European genealogical ancestors in typical family trees.