“Baby regret” seems to be the zeitgeist, and we have to wonder why.
As Heraclitus said, “A man’s character is his fate.” So what makes character?
The difference is relatively simple. But Orwell makes it clear that nationalism has nothing to do with nationhood.
See how culturally literate you are about modern philosophy.
Student have formally been asked to use the gender-neutral pronoun 'ze' instead of 'she and 'he'.
What’s objectifying about sexual desire is its ability to numb a person to reason, both in themselves and in others.
Defining this concept is not as easy as it appears.
Are we hypocritical for celebrating Christmas?
Prof. Charles Glenn shows that the creation of public schools was the triumph of one particular form of religion over others.
Take a look at these thought-provoking quotes and see which answer leads you to your life purpose.
Amazon grocery stores will eliminate waiting in lines... and jobs.
Contradictions are omnipresent in our intrapersonal life and they are particularly visible when strong beliefs come into play.
The question gets to the heart of a fundamental theological difference between Christianity and Islam.
A famous scene from the 1972 film 'The Last Tango in Paris' was shot by violating a very basic requirement for exercising moral agency.
The work, the learning, the exercise, the diet: all of the things you intend to do, but don’t. Who’s it all for?
Friends and students described the now-dead Ohio State student as bright, humble, and nice. So what went wrong?
The holiday season is here, and with it comes the dance to make sure nobody is offended.
Is prayer all too often thwarted by the inflated egos of humanity?
Does the ancient Greek philosopher offer a new way forward?
The last of Rome’s Five Great Emperors left a record of important life-lessons he learned from his adopted father.
Getting through the 30s and early 40s is key.
Have we finally arrived at the future Orwell predicted?
Is it because we now live in a world where feelings matter more than anything else?
Is it time we insist our educational institutions begin instructing students to think for themselves instead of indoctrinating them with PC ideas?
What if Hitler was neither Christian nor an atheist but still religious in his worldview?
There is a slippery slope from intolerance, to discrimination, to hate crimes and hate speech.
In pre-modern times, the discrepancy between the simple life philosophers advised and how people actually lived was not so great.
A writer at a current affairs magazine says yes.