As philosophy professor Matthew Lipman realized, college was a little late in life to learn to think properly.
Perhaps we need more “YOU’RE MESSING WITH THE WRONG DADDY” fathers after all.
Last week, the U.S. named Russia as its top threat, and plans to increase its troop presence in Europe.
Given certain pressures and circumstances, “good” people can and will do evil things—whether or not they like or regret it.
"Wisdom begins in wonder."
Ben Franklin's statement is rather shocking...
A new Oxford study shows that your Facebook friends are probably fakes.
We are losing sight of the concept of knowledge while drowning in a sea of information.
Subsidiarity calls for decision-making power and responsibility to be held at the lowest level..
A balanced approach to the opt out movement.
We are confronted by the logical conclusion of our culture's teachings on morality.
“As soon as you duplicate the conditions of the public school system, you’re gonna duplicate their results."
Many of today’s atheists typically don’t bother beyond a superficial study of religion...
How did the Ingalls girls get such a stellar education?
“It’s lonely when everyone else is on a device except you.”
On Tuesday, the CDC recommended that all women who are sexually active, fertile, and don't use birth control should stop drinking.
Could apprenticeship interest be driving this trend?
3 ways in which some parents are doing just that.
From the book that's the basis of the new BBC miniseries.
As some of the greats have recognized, it's an important accompaniment to reading.
It raises some deep questions.
A nagging thought inspired by Jane Austen.
Already 290 shootings and over 50 dead in 2016. There's only been one police shooting.
On what basis, on what evidence, would one definitively conclude that human life and history is improving?
It seems a lot of people actually don’t know.
Eagles are being trained to take down drones.
What’s to blame?
Here's one theory