When pain and suffering are equated with moral authority, the mission of higher education becomes an impossible one.
Taken literally, it’s just bad advice. But philosophy can redeem this self-help cliché.
The Rev. Robert Jeffress promoted a twisted theology that fetishizes violence.
The marcher’s chant in Charlottesville really meant, “You will not take away our historical right to exclude.”
A 19th-century philosopher’s nervous breakdown can teach us something about finding peace in a world in crisis.
Among the other harms the proposed immigration bill would cause, it would devastate the humanities.
Viewing it only as a political cause that benefits women ignores its full potential.
The deluge of stimuli that characterizes our modern life is a hazard: We are being dumped on.
History tells us he invented modern philosophy. That history is wrong.
A “heritage” of racism still taints the sport’s fandom.