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  • To illustrate their theory—which they called Prospect Theory—they asked participants to imagine losing a bet for a hundred dollars on the flip of a fair coin.

    The Time Paradox

  • The biggest problem with Julian Evans's "The Return of Story" in the December Prospect is that its central contention, on which the burden of his anti-aesthetic argument is placed, is simply wrong.

    Narrative Strategies

  • He lives in Prospect Heights and instigated the plan to fix this intersection.

    Jeff Sherman: Taming a Dangerous Intersection in Brooklyn

  • If an Allosaurus emerged from the lake in Prospect Park and started eating strollers like bon bons, sales of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight would PLUMMET.


  • "The Broadway work sent me to Brooklyn," Stew said recently in Prospect Heights, where he and Ms. Rodewald were putting finishing touches on "Brooklyn Omnibus."

    Burrowing Into the Brains of Brooklyn's Best

  • The dispute began early Thursday over two dogs, a miniature pinscher named Rocco and a Shih Tzu, Bugsy, one tied too closely to the other outside a bar in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

    Dog Owner Fatally Stabbed Outside Brooklyn Bar

  • Electoral rolls put his family in Prospect, Adelaide, from the late 1930s, right through the war.


  • But nobody thinks The American Prospect is an “unbiased” news source.

    Matthew Yglesias » Shocking True Tales of Media Bias

  • Bleier came up with the hybrid workout and more than 40 curious exercise enthusiasts signed up for her class in Prospect Park. | Blog | Hoopilates: A New Pilates-based Hoop Exercise Routine

  • The November 2009 issue of The American Prospect is a special issue that examines the growth of a two-tier system of American higher education defined by inequality.



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