Nicolas Kristof’s recent New York Times column, “Don’t Dismiss the Humanities,” raised a topic of frequent discussion for one who has spent over 40 years studying philosophy. Continue reading The Relevance of Philosophy
In a previous post, I promised to discuss two great ideas—truth and justice. Continue reading Mortimer Adler on Truth and Justice
Speaking of a lack of time, today, as I was reading multiple threads on multiple topics by members of the research group with whom I’m affiliated, Continue reading How Should We Spend Our Time?
When I went back to graduate school, I gave up making good money as a casino dealer for the poverty of graduate school. But what was the point of dealing cards no matter how good the tips were? I didn’t want to spend my life that way. Continue reading The World Desperately Needs Better People