It’s clear that meaningful connection to other people is as essential to health as the air we breathe.
It might be science fiction, but Westworld grapples with moral questions that we are already facing in the present.
The logic puzzle can teach a lesson on the importance of using precise language.
The pope and many others fail to make a distinction between a wall designed to keep people in and a wall built to keep people out.
What happens when watering down academic integrity standards makes good business sense?
A culturally literate person knows the Bible...
The more we live life in the force field of our expectations, the more disappointment, frustration, anxiety, and anger we experience.
Proponents of ‘diversity’ aren’t really seeking diversity; it is conformity they demand.
Leading up to the election and on election day, I repeatedly encountered people calming their fears by saying this.
Is America's decline a logical result of its founding principles?
Many people will never learn how to see the artificial in the light of the real.
He was a friend and colleague of Heidegger.
Does Penn State’s new student essay contest reach the height of absurdity?
Narcissists are fully capable of pretending to be caring and compassionate, but they genuinely do not care about anyone more than themselves.
Are humans simply clever apes who follow our instincts in order to gratify our material needs? Or are we something more?
Jordan Peterson, a clinical psychologist at the University of Toronto, won’t use the pronouns “zie” or “hir,” and it could cost him his job.
Does the church need more leaders willing to conduct self-examination from within?
Bigfoot is a type of pseudo-scientific myth understood in the language of memory.
A pair of astronomers seem to think so.
If, as most Americans believe, a border fence is not justified, then neither is the current system of visa policies.
A professor argues that it broadens our understanding of the present.
Time for a new model?
It seems clear to me that both presidential candidates have committed grave wrongs in their treatment of women.
Philosophers refer to versions of this concern as the ‘demandingness objection’. Its advocates claim that a moral theory that would ask so much.
John King is advocating for more civics education. But are his reasons for it flawed?
Actually, conservatism and liberalism share the same narrative.
"We all, therefore, need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period. And that means the old books."