'The self-assertive shrillness of protest arises because the facts of incommensurability ensure that protestors can never win an argument...'
In modern life, "entertainment" has largely taken the place of "leisure".
Will other nations take notice?
So why does it feel otherwise?
A reader shares his journey from Mexico City to Seattle. And he has a message for politicians.
Do parents need to begin raising their children to understand that they are not the center of the universe?
Universities are requiring diversity and inclusion statements in job applications. Is this a troubling trend or a reasonable request?
The findings are similar to those of a recent study by the Washington Post.
An insight from his 1945 essay "Politics and the English Language".
The head of a prominent reading organization just bashed classic stories... is she misguided?
Dr. Leon Eisenberg, the ‘father’ of ADHD, said just before his death that ADHD ‘is a prime example of a fictitious disease.
Recent studies have tested the actual impact of apologies on children.
Would more of today’s Americans resist the urge toward despair, anger, and discouragement if they adopted Booker Washington’s daily code of conduct?
Forty-five percent of Americans believe extraterrestrials have visited the Earth.
Why we can't agree on anything.
Thoughts from a professor on the hook-up culture.
Instead of spurring them on toward frugal and wise living, have we taught students to look only for the glitter and the gold?
The Juno Google Doodle doesn’t match the real world.
Ambitious women know they must rise above their teenage speech patterns.
The 2016 election is between the two least-liked candidates since voters have been polled on the question.
The best and clearest way that I can exemplify the harmful effects of distraction-addiction is to recall my experience in prison.
And should you give to them?
If we continually prop those who fail, are we putting not only them, but all students at risk of a poorer quality education?
Would we achieve better, less contentious equality between the sexes if we stopped trying to make them exactly alike?
There are two contending worldviews shaping the debate today: Christianity and Marxism. Their lists of sins reveal a lot.
From the recently deceased Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor.
Is it the case that most people choose not to pursue truth and goodness?