Spend less time on ‘educational activities’ than high schoolers.
Does he offer some clarity in the emotional immigration debate we find ourselves in?
Philosophy picks apart the core ideas in political argument. It unmasks the various claims we hear about budgets, manifestos, and referendums.
It’s not 1968, but it sure feels like it is. Is social media to blame?
Trump’s behavior and appearance would be viewed as indicating a severe excess of yellow bile – a terrible imbalance of humor.
In response to a popular pie chart that’s been going around social media for some time now.
High school English teacher Paul Barnwell made two interesting observations yesterday.
Societal breakdown, insecurity, and the rise of the police state.
Think you know medieval history? Try our quiz on English kings from Medievalists.net.
These reviews of 'Romeo and Juliet,' 'A Midsummer Night's Dream,' and 'Hamlet' are not kind.
American students don't get math "because their elementary school teachers don't either."
Don't expect them to answer basic questions about their own civilization.
For most of human history, we lived in a world of a few haves and lots of have-nots.
Psychologist Jonathan Haidt says many people today live in a ‘moral matrix’.
'No one can hold me in his palms or sight: I scatter sudden clatter far and wide. I want to hammer oaks with...'
Moral antirealism might turn out to be true, but it’s not just obviously true.
Six theories from “The Clash of Civilizations.”