In a letter to the editor in the April 27^th edition of the Wall Street Journal, a faculty member of Northwestern University explained why snowflakes behave the way they do on college campuses. The letter is pasted at the end of this commentary.
. But these skills are not the exclusive property of rarefied sages, accessed only with a secret handshake and insider training, as much as some philosophers wish this were so. Instead, some of these skills can be captured by generalisable, all-purpo
The other day a friend contacted me, looking for an article that explained why centralization is bad. At first I was sure there had to be many, but I came up dry. Hence today's article.
Soros is just another alpha male in a long line of big chimps on the left and right who want to remake society and the world in their own image instead of leaving people alone. An egotistical busybody and bully, in other words.
Have you ever found yourself living out an expected role scripted by those around you? Whether it's a family member, partner, social clique, work rival, or boss, we have a tendency to subsume other people's scripts for us if reinforced by expecta
The study of history has long been an enjoyable activity for me. A conclusion I have drawn from it has been that civilizations are created by individuals; they are destroyed by collectives. One can see such dynamics at work in what has been taking pl