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Fixing yourself is often the best way to "do something."
Is modern technology creating hollow men?
A brief look at the history of propaganda.
Could this one policy change bring America's higher ed system to its knees?
Notre Dame sociology professor Christian Smith unleashes a rant on the modern university.
In our relativistic society, most people today would say "no".
Many of these intellectual habits seem simple, but it takes years of education and discipline to cultivate them.
In modern accounts of the decline of the West, it’s become common to blame one man in particular for starting that decline.
Christians will probably never be able to fully refute this one atheist argument.
According to one survey, 81% of Americans feel a desire to write their own book one day.
In a fifteen-year span, a quarter to a third of the empire's population was wiped out.
It may actually be a form of sloth.
The story told to today's students about the birth of the modern West is largely false.
"The mob is fickle"... and from a logical perspective, so are appeals to it.
Professor William Tighe argues that, actually, the pagans co-opted it from the Christians.
It's a favorite tactic of politicians.
As many are discovering, getting a PhD might not have been the best career move.
Luther's 95 Theses were preceded by at least two centuries of strife and upheaval in Western Europe.
Sometimes it's okay to break the law.
Philosopher David Benatar argues that “people should never, under any circumstance, procreate.”
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