1. The importance of being able to enjoy the mundane (Ben Casnocha)
2. "Nonshared environment" might best be conceived of as noise, not environment, says Kevin Mitchell.
3. External validity alert: Are patients in medical trials selected for large treatment effects? (Andrew Gelman/Paul Alper)
4. Chris Bertram makes a surprisingly good case for the argument "Squeezing the rich is good: even when it raises no money".
5. "Is there no racial bias precisely because it seems like there is?" Ole Rogeberg takes us into the mind of the microeconomist.
6. The fun of being criticized for doing the right thing, namely keeping the normative and the positive apart (Bryan Caplan)
9. The low-hanging fruit of immigration: Bryan Caplan offers another metaphor.
10. The argument that extremely high cognitive talent is specific. (Bruce Charlton)
11. The argument for being an asshole (Scott Adams)
12. What's it like to hear voices that aren't there? (Christian Jarrett/L. Holt and A. Tickle)
13. Which works did sociologists cite most in 2013? (Neal Caren)