Who among us has not suffered discouragement, doubt, or sadness?
All of us, liberals and conservatives, need laughter. Not the snide humor of some late-night comedians, mind you, but the rolling guffaw our attackers deserve, a belly laugh of epic proportions.
The Swiss psychologist foresaw and lamented the West's break with tradition and the loneliness of modernity.
The Zogby and Harvard/Harris polls showing rising support for socialism among Democrats are not outliers.
From the comfort of our armchair, The Office shows us what we see in others, we can see in ourselves.
In essence, Marie Kondo and Jordan Peterson are encouraging and equipping people to pull their lives together.
Arthur Schopenhauer should be named as the official philosopher of the internet.
In 1971, John Lennon asked us to imagine a world with "no heaven," "no hell," "no religion," and "nothing to kill or die for."
They Shall Not Grow Old is an extremely painful and powerful film to watch.
Does open discussion of ideas bring greater contention, or not?
People may spend their lives seeking permanent solutions to ease feelings of stress in their lives. Such solutions may seem tantalizingly close; in reality, they are out of reach.
Given the strong and complex feelings involved, you may be prone to the empathy gap in the search for the perfect partner.
"We suppress genius because we haven’t yet figured out how to manage a population of educated men and women. The solution, I think, is simple and glorious."
It appears that the genre of young-man-in-Mom’s-basement is no longer looked down upon but is in fact extolled as a viable career choice.
Bernie is likely too old to perceive this insight. But what about AOC and her fellow millennials?
If one is an adherent of Marcuesean philosophy, then one could easily justify using fascist tactics in the name of fighting fascism.
The humanitarian lie is in important respects less horrifying than the totalitarian one, but it is rooted in the same contempt for the political nature of man and the same ignorance of the human soul.
Plato's Republic sheds profound light on the real problem.
Is it time we "affirm the knight"?
No lasting self-improvement will come from self-hatred, but no real positive emotion will be gained without striving.
Is Tucker Carlson right to argue that the free market can be destructive to the family?
Although many, including President Teddy Roosevelt, saw eugenics as a social good, G. K. Chesterton was not among them.
The Lord of the Rings. Star Wars. Harry Potter. These beloved fantasies, despite their differences in tone and setting, all have one thing in common.
For decades, Shaw was a staunch proponent of genocide, refusing to soften his views even after the full horror of the Nazi death camps was brought to light.
Have we gone overboard on the entitlement-attitude toward chores?
Trump's success as a communicator may have something to do with the fact that he employs Aristotle's tips on effective rhetoric.
Merriam-Webster has picked the word 'justice' for 2018. But are we practicing the wrong definition of the word?
Technological advance continues and nothing seems to stop it or slow it down. Philosopher Ortega Y Gasset says that this is rooted in the nature of man.