The term is getting thrown around a lot these days.
"All through the history of the West the Greeks have continued to spur innovation..."
It would be a mistake to overlook just how Christian this idea is.
Class is changing in America, as are our perceptions of it.
Here are six statistics that drive home just how much things have changed in America in a little more than a half-century:
The idea can be traced to the Stoic philosopher Epictetus.
What the Piltdown Man hoax from 1912 can teach science today.
This is a constitutional republic, and we don’t have a commander in chief.
"Second-wave feminism went off the track when it started to demonize men and blame them for all the evils in human history."
Should Americans have a right to garden in their own yards?
When Germany occupied Hungary, the Nazis mandated that all Jews wear a yellow star and few Jews dared to resist.
Carson and Cannan Huey-You are making headlines for the early age at which they begin their college careers.
Unfortunately, they're directly contradicting some of the greatest thinkers of all time by taking such a view.
Everyone knows that had Lincoln not attacked the South, slavery would exist today, right?
L.M. Montgomery's beloved Anne books give many examples of how true victims should behave.
The Epic of Gilgamesh explores the nature and meaning of being human, and asks the questions that continue to be debated in the modern day.
Arizona lawmaker Paul Mosley joins a growing number of citizens concerned about the rise in forced schooling and the decline in overall competence.
Kennedy encouraged modern males to transcend the traditional ideal of provider and embrace hip new guidelines promoting excitement.
There is no rational case for communism... so why do people go for this stuff?
They had plenty of ethics - just the wrong kind.
Communist countries have enshrined May Day as one of their most important holidays, often marked by elaborate workforce parades.
Unfortunately, today's colleges aren't improving the writing woes of American students.
Buchsbaum wrote for Pro Football Weekly and each year produced an analysis of each of the 600 to 800 players.
Schooling as a forced societal construct is a fairly recent phenomenon.
Some say that "Rome" still hasn't fallen.
His response serves as a reminder of the dangers we currently face.
It has become common for many Americans and Europeans to denounce the West because of its past sins.
Lawrence Reed, president of FEE, went to the University of Colorado-Denver to deliver a lecture on Ancient Rome. It didn't go well.