Reflections from one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century.
He had a lot of them.
The history of the Saint Valentine (176-273 A.D.) is hazy and legends vary.
One of the most dramatic events in American history is shrouded in mystery and oddity.
Nearly two thousand years ago, a well-known philosopher laid out the characteristics that make up a rational person.
Wise was he. (So spend five minutes on his couch.)
The monastery was the most influential institution in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
Only 18 percent of today's 8th graders are proficient in U.S. history, and barely any could probably pass this test.
As many are discovering, getting a PhD might not have been the best career move.
"All through the history of the West the Greeks have continued to spur innovation..."
One consequence of this subjection of truth to selfishness is the rupture between modern education and traditional virtue.
I wonder how many of the brutes at Middlebury College actually read the works of the man they tried to beat up last week.
Another postmodernist academic journal falls for a hoax.
Terrorism is not an ideology like communism or capitalism.
Without restoring Plato and true philosophy to their proper stations, we are certain to continue the descent into darkness.
Duke theology professor Paul Griffiths criticized diversity, sparking disciplinary actions against him. Now he's a former Duke professor.
Here are six statistics that drive home just how much things have changed in America in a little more than a half-century:
Philosopher G.K. Chesterton once was asked, 'What’s wrong with the world today?' He responded simply, “Dear Sir, I am. Yours, G.K. Chesterton.”
A feminist and self-described "former SJW" recently explained why she left the Social Justice movement behind her.
We the Internet TV just rolled out a new video on ‘the Science Guy’.
Perhaps not everyone prefers to be referred to as "they" or "their."
Lawmakers in some states find this reality to be problematic and are seeking to make changes.
The racial overtones of June Chu’s posts have garnered the most attention. Less attention has been paid to the sneering elitism in her Yelp reviews.
It's something we can all do.
This is a constitutional republic, and we don’t have a commander in chief.
Barbara Oakley offered a blunt assessment of U.S. education in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal.
It comes in a famous episode in which Woody—the bumbling farm boy-turned bartender—runs for city council of Boston.
To make society into a utopian vision, universities have become, after decades of propaganda, enemies of intellectual freedom.