I hope you’ll join us in Boston for the most life-enhancing conference of the year—it’s gonna be a blast!
I wonder how much better off my classmates might be today if, at that tender age, they were taught about earning money and spending it according to their own values—rather than about making sacrifices in the name of “virtue.”
Whereas a lot of modern fiction advocates moral relativism or champions the “antihero,” Geralt of Rivia offers philosophically refreshing, action-packed rebuttals to those tiring tropes.
Freedom of speech is the last leg of a free society, and Bosch Fawstin is on the front line, fighting for it while warring against Islam.
Here are some gift ideas that I think may enrich your holidays, your relationships, and your life. Merry Christmas!
Many people seem to have accepted the idea that, even if you like your family and genuinely enjoy the holidays, some degree of stress is just part of the package. But it doesn’t have to—and shouldn’t—be that way.
Dorothy Fontana, who died this week at the age of eighty, is best known for her work as a writer for the original Star Trek television series. But, in fact, she was one of the most remarkable women in Hollywood history.
In a world where hyper-focus on specialization is leading to greater and greater compartmentalization, this book is a welcome call for a renewed focus on integration.
Stephen Hillenburg left a legacy of youthful enthusiasm and exuberant optimism.
Speakers include Lisa VanDamme, Isaac Morehouse, Timothy Sandefur, Craig Biddle, Rajshree Agarwal, Andrew Bernstein, Jason Crawford and more.