Has throwing out history, memorization, and difficult books crippled students by not giving them the tools upon which they can build their thoughts?
He is being called a bigot for refusing to use genderless pronouns.
People can’t seem to figure out if the hijab should be celebrated as a symbol of diversity or condemned as a symbol of female oppression.
Could an alternative political system called epistocracy solve our problems?
"‘I henceforth shall be referred to as: 'His Majesty, Grant Strobl.'"
Judge Learned Hand wrote one of the great defenses of tax avoidance.
For all our seeing, it seems to me that in some ways we’re trained not to see.
Free speech is essential to freedom itself.
Jane Austen's Marianne Dashwood is a perfect example of today's society, whose every action seems to hinge on an emotional outbreak.
A famous Christian philosopher got into trouble this weekend for doing just that.
A look back in history at apocalyptic literature reveals some of the same trends that have made zombie apocalypses so popular today.
A professor of philosophy explains.
And is it a blessing or a curse?
Would the Ancient Greeks have understood our modern conception of man as a free, autonomous agent who chooses his own ends?
Today is the Fall Equinox, which is being welcomed by some throwback pagan celebrations.
Scientific dogma, as well as religious dogma, presented challenges to Galileo's theory.
According to the New York Times, there is an underlying layer of racism driving Denmark's immigration policies.
Do you recognize the most important dates and events in Western Civilization?
'Hundreds of millions, if not billions of people could become climate refugees, as their homelands become uninhabitable.'
This week, we learned that Pope Benedict XVI is not a big fan of the typical arguments against contraception.
Is it as simple as John Lennon suggests in his iconic Beatles anthem? The answer is yes.
Cardinal Burke attributes the widespread belief to the influence of relativism.
They have a plan, and they're implementing it.
A professor at Siena College offers his thoughts.
As the Western world becomes more secular, religious knowledge is on the decline.