The site navigation utilizes arrow, enter, escape, and space bar key commands. Left and right arrows move across top level links and expand / close menus in sub levels. Up and Down arrows will open main level menus and toggle through sub tier links. Enter and space open menus and escape closes them as well. Tab will move on to the next part of the site rather than go through menu items.
©2020 All rights reserved.
While reading Toni Morrison’s Beloved was initially akin to pulling teeth, I found it to be an enriching read.
The ban may overlook how and why advertising works.
If nothing else, should we at least stop and consider that there hasn’t been much opportunity to see how childhood social media attention impacts kids long-term when they enter adulthood?
These brilliant tweets highlight something important that Joel Osteen gets wrong.
As Netflix attempts to strong-arm the state of Georgia, they may want to take time for some self-evaluation.
Given McGuffey’s five generations of successful use in the classroom, maybe modern educators have something to learn from this approach.
It turns out that this paradox of isolation and connection is nothing new. Fyodor Dostoevsky observed a similar trend in his own day.
Jussie Smollett wasted police time and resources while attempting to paint himself as a victim. Has the lenient attitude toward hate crime hoaxes on many campuses spread to the rest of the country, as well?
Do the failed fathers and mentors of MCU reflect failed fatherhood and mentorship in current American culture?
As a society, is it time that we stop sheltering ourselves from reality and come to grips with the fact that humans and animals are very different?
Interacting only with people that you agree with is not only impossible, but it also limits opportunity for persuasion and for intellectual growth.
In essence, Marie Kondo and Jordan Peterson are encouraging and equipping people to pull their lives together.
It's one thing to recognize that laughter has benefits, but how do we go about laughing more and cultivating a healthy sense of humor?
Why are so many people persuaded by bad arguments?
While it is true that Shakespeare interacts with deep and compelling themes, and some of his plays do have a very somber tone, it’s interesting to see how many of his oft-quoted lines actually appear in moments of comic relief.
Lincoln's Secretary of State was famous for hosting dinners which brought together politicians of radically different opinions who always left the dinner happy. Can we learn something from William Seward's hospitality?
At this point, you’ve likely heard the controversy over whether or not the beloved Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie are a homosexual couple.
If we want students to try activities, to learn to work hard, to overcome challenges, and pursue their dreams, we need to stop demeaning their activities with something as flimsy as participation awards.
The charges that Democrat Congressman Keith Ellison abused his girlfriend have shined a light on the difficulties of the "MeToo" movement.
Get thought-provoking content delivered to your email inbox every weekday.
Subscribe to Intellectual Takeout's Daily Digest!
Intellectual Takeout is a program of
Receive intellectually engaging content and updates from our organization.