This is why a country like the U.S. needs to educate people in rhetoric.
If we think of the nation as a family rather than as a machine or algorithm, it helps to put a lot of our problems in perspective.
The concept of forgiveness constitutes one of the most essential fundamentals of the human relationship with God, in the Judaic tradition.
Richard Stengel writes in the Atlantic that the American Century is over and Trump’s to blame. He’s only half right.
In 'The Rebel,' Camus declared for a peaceful socialism that would not resort to revolutionary violence. Sartre read the book with disgust.
A conservative pundit recently made the claim that "America is currently fighting its Second Civil War."
We all know how important reading is. It benefits relationships, builds language development, and even lengthens one’s life.
These 3 books explain what is happening with our culture.
“I have a foreboding of an America in my children’s or grandchildren’s time – when the United States is a service and information economy…
Stop panicking about the “gag order” or “censorship” of federal agencies like the EPA.
Odysseus serves as an image of homo viator. Man on a journey. Travelling man. Man on a quest.
By focusing so much on respect for the self, have we lost focus of the respect we owe to individuals, places, and events?
In a 1757, Ben Franklin scolded a friend preparing to publish an atheist tract. But was Franklin's reason sound?
Ancient Greek philosopher Pyrrho of Elis pioneered a philosophy that might come in handy when dealing with pesky internet Trolls.
Donald Trump may seem like the last person in the world who could unify us, but one has to admit: he's shown a knack for exceeding expectations.
Would President Trump, Democrats, Republicans, and Independents do well to put the recent past behind and take Jefferson’s sage advice to heart?
It first made its appearance during the sexual revolution, but has now been taken to a whole new level.
The paradox is this: All that is radical must be rooted.
Do we have the intellectual honesty and courage to admit that some of the past’s ideas might still be beneficial?
Nearly two thousand years ago, a well-known philosopher laid out the characteristics that make up a rational person.
How did Franklin get to be such a prolific, proficient, and admirable author? The answer is simple...
The herd mentality. The susceptibility to propaganda. The philistine disdain for higher ideals.
Voting is a basic civic duty in a democracy. But are incentives to vote actually helpful?
Hazing practices have a deep history and cross-cultural universality.
It all comes down to two things, says an Iraqi-born writer.
Important words to remember during these difficult times.
Popular culture often overlooks that MLK's ideas and rhetoric were steeped in the Western tradition.
With a Trump presidency at hand an inescapable historical irony deserves to be noted.