It's amazing how relevant ancient works can be to modern life.
Every night, people fell asleep not long after the sun went down and stayed that way until sometime after midnight.
In the name of expediency, we toss aside our checks against the concentration of power.
Chesterton thought we now had a “standardization by a low standard,” a dumbing-down of standards to a lowest-common denominator of prescribed mediocrity.
Would he have achieved as much in today’s education settings?
Huxley's reflections on "Brave New World" thirty years after it was published.
Eleanor Roosevelt had something important to say on this topic.
Most assume that the world is less religious. Maybe they're wrong?
4 characteristics of a decline in education in the 6th century...
Are they spurring a return to community care and concern in addition to lowering costs?
Here are ten you will probably find interesting...
Philosophy now has a diminished role in modern curricula, leaving most people to fend for themselves...
Being aware of what's happening is the first step to regaining our intellectual independence.
Several recent examples may shed light on the subject.
A sign that Russians perceive a return to totalitarianism?
Would more parents be better off simply conducting “preschool” at home?