Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
While good ideas are worth fighting for, you will never truly experience life's beauty if you wait for the enemies to disappear.
Pontius Pilate’s question is one of the most famous ever asked.
The Ancient Greeks had many heroes in their stories. Which hero are you?
Calvin Coolidge had something to say on that topic.
Is the trend a path to sustainability or a 'demographic time bomb'?
Are traditional schools failing to impart the well-rounded course of knowledge which their students need to keep up with homeschoolers?
Rome fell to invaders in 476 AD, but who the real barbarians were is an open question.
He was a wise man.
Writer Ben Stein says Britain’s exit from the EU was related to an epidemic of rapes ignored by the authorities and the media.
If you want to study philosophy, you're most likely going to have to do it yourself.
Meryl Streep's latest film is a parable of contemporary transgenderism.
A professor of cognitive science suggests the world that exists is nothing like the one we perceive.
65% of Israeli high school students say "It's good to die for our country." Would American students say the same?
Individually, we depend more on our technologies than ever before.
It’s not rational, but don't blame social media.
Could we be witnessing the end of the European Union?
The chaos of the world makes many individuals want to throw up their hands and go hide in a bunker until the problems pass.
The answer can be found in a five-letter word that begins with a T.
The findings come months after a Bloomberg poll revealed that 61 percent of Americans now believe immigration jeopardizes the future of the U.S.
Despite the potential for limited understanding, the school started teaching and performing Shakespeare and the effects were remarkable.
A prominent philosopher at Yale, Thomas Pogge, has been accused of manipulating young women into sexual relations.
Ideas have consequences, Shakespeare reminds us, and bad ideas have bad consequences.
How do we continue to exist in a culture that brands traditional morality oppressive?
As much as we love diversity, will the idea that it can and should replace the learning of factual knowledge eventually lead to our ruin as a nation?
Will this feed the narrative that the White House can't classify Islamic terrorism as such?
Chase Bank's low-brow slogan encapsulates our embrace of relativism and maudlin self-love.
A 15 year-old student from Athens, Georgia made waves when he won an international Latin competition.
Has America’s lack of knowledge, critical thinking, and logical ability caused her citizens to succumb to self-deception?