Do we need more of these around?
The term "fact" is an Enlightenment "folk-concept" that doesn't actually exist.
A private school for LGBT kids is opening in Atlanta, but tuition is $13k.
Are we setting them up for academic burnout and failure?
A familiarity with Tocqueville’s essential Democracy in America would prove enlightening.
“I should be ungrateful then, if I did not take every Opportunity of expressing my Gratitude….” – Benjamin Franklin, 1735
People hate it when you criticize what they do for fun. The reason why might be deeper than first assumed.
The documents include papers from the Founding Fathers, maps and atlases, and illuminated manuscripts from the Medieval Ages...
From the book whose tactics have been highly influential in warfare, business, politics, law, sports, and life.
We're guessing most of the folks who call Christianity "stupid" haven't read these authors.
Public discourse might be more civil if we followed Franklin's example.
In no other time in history have so many professors written so much that is unintelligible.
According to child psychologists, fantasy is critical for childhood development.
Multiculturalism doesn't work. And boys and girls are unequal.
According to Plutarch, knowledge is the only thing that can't be taken from you.
Are American adults aiding and abetting the rapid rise in ADHD?