Live Interview with Carrie-Ann Biondi about TOS-Con 2018
Tune in Sunday on TOS’s Facebook page to learn more about Dr. Biondi’s TOS-Con presentation: “Aristotle and Ayn Rand on Flourishing.”
Craig Biddle Live: The Morality of Sex for Pleasure, Fornication, and Experimentation
Tune in for a rational view of sex, in which sex for pleasure, premarital sex, and all manner of consensual adult sexual experimentation are seen as good.
Live Interview with Timothy Sandefur on Frederick Douglass
Celebrate Frederick Douglass’s 200th birthday with Timothy Sandefur, author of the new book Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Man.
Live Interview with Alex Epstein about TOS-Con 2018
Tune in to learn more about Epstein’s two TOS-Con presentations: “The Human Flourishing Project” and “How to Communicate with Clarity and Impact.”
RooseveltCare: How Social Security Is Sabotaging the Land of Self-Reliance by Don Watkins
RooseveltCare makes clear that resolving the debt crisis by ending the entitlement state is imperative both morally and practically.
Altruism on Parade: Unity in the “March for Life” and the Women’s March
Both the “March for Life” and the Women’s March are driven by altruism—the notion that morality requires sacrifice by (or of) some for others.
TOS-Con 2018—Registration and Early-Bird Discounts
Registration is now open for TOS-Con 2018: Philosophy for Freedom and Flourishing-along with steeply discounted Early-Bird pricing.
‘Shithole Countries,’ Moral Ambitiousness, and Economic Parallels
People who immigrate to America from shithole countries to pursue the American dream are precisely the kind of people whom Americans ought to welcome.
Contra Ben Shapiro, Rational Self-Interest Is Not Hedonism
Ben Shapiro suggests that rational self-interest is just another name for hedonism. But that makes no sense. Shapiro should (and likely does) know better.
Craig Biddle Live: Meaning and Morality in a Godless Universe
Religionists (and existentialists) claim that meaning and morality can’t exist in a godless, purposeless universe. They’re wrong. Here’s why.