He seems to have his fair share of American admirers.
They’re faux attacks on modern philosophers made to look like today’s political attack ads.
Americans were warned long ago that such a complicated mess would result if the government became an “administrative system … to provide for the needs of the poor.”
America was destined to become a country that vacillates between individualism and collectivism.
Society has made many mothers feel that they have to join the workforce in order have a nice home, the latest cars, impressive vacations, and regular restaurant meals and movie nights.
Although spoken in a bantering, almost scornful fashion, Adams’ words convey simple truths which are easy to overlook in a marriage.
Many often wonder what Lasch means by his term "Culture of Narcissism"...
Professional cheating seems to be quite the business these days.
Today’s simplicity movements are ostensibly a reaction against materialism. However, they can easily slip into materialism themselves.
Have we done ourselves a disservice in thinking that college is the only way to go?
At the risk of seeming the spoilsport, I must confess that I dislike Fiddler on the Roof.
Edward Bernays was surprisingly transparent when sharing his perspective.
From the poet-farmer.
Religion has always been a thorny issue in US schools.
The poverty excuse is a "crutch that’s unfounded in evidence."
Some transgender advocates seem guilty of a philosophical inconsistency.
How can we revive the art of conversation?
Problem: we live in a society, and participate in common activities and structures that seemingly require agreement about goals. So how do we reach an agreement about these goals?
Education is more than school.
One of the underlying drivers for the homogenization of America has been the rise of relativism.
A sobering reminder to those of us living in a media-saturated age.
The former senator and Hollywood actor passed away yesterday at the age of 73.
Guardini claims that the modern world has given birth to a new sociological category: the “Mass Man.”
The heads of many tech companies exercise a lot of oversight of their children’s use of electronics. Should other parents do the same?
Yeah, we were confused too.
Hayek’s reflections are still profound.
From Ken Robinson's 2006 talk "Do Schools Kill Creativity?"
The settling of America is a wild story.