Reflections from one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century.
It’s been 50 years since the Atlantic decried marriage as “a wretched institution”—and since then everything seems to have only gotten worse.
The history of the Saint Valentine (176-273 A.D.) is hazy and legends vary.
Fixing yourself is often the best way to "do something"
The monastery was the most influential institution in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
Professor William Tighe argues that, actually, the pagans co-opted it from the Christians.
We’ve all seen it. And heard it. You’re in a restaurant. There’s a man there with his girlfriend.
The great poet W.B. Yeats digs into it: "When you are old and grey and full of sleep,
And nodding by the fire..."
Black Friday videos reveal a lot about human nature.
A sobering comparison of the results of the Inquisition and secular torture.
'The contents of the Internet were the same old items in multiplied confusion.'
The term is getting thrown around a lot these days.
"All through the history of the West the Greeks have continued to spur innovation..."
Is the era of big ideas over?
One consequence of this subjection of truth to selfishness is the rupture between modern education and traditional virtue.
Class is changing in America, as are our perceptions of it.
Duke theology professor Paul Griffiths criticized diversity, sparking disciplinary actions against him. Now he's a former Duke professor.
A recent academic journal article defending Rachel Dolezal created an uproar.
Here are six statistics that drive home just how much things have changed in America in a little more than a half-century:
Philosopher G.K. Chesterton once was asked, 'What’s wrong with the world today?' He responded simply, “Dear Sir, I am. Yours, G.K. Chesterton.”
The status of children has changed profoundly in the last 100 years.
A feminist and self-described "former SJW" recently explained why she left the Social Justice movement behind her.
We the Internet TV just rolled out a new video on ‘the Science Guy’.
Perhaps not everyone prefers to be referred to as "they" or "their."
The racial overtones of June Chu’s posts have garnered the most attention. Less attention has been paid to the sneering elitism in her Yelp reviews.
A recent study in Scientific American explains why.
It's something we can all do.
It comes in a famous episode in which Woody—the bumbling farm boy-turned bartender—runs for city council of Boston.