Is the contest of ideas a fair game? In the liberal vs. conservative battle, who’s really winning? Explore the unseen biases and discover the true essence of this intellectual contest.
What can we learn from people who find deeper and more lasting healing from depression? A whole lot, it turns out. Introducing an in-depth examination of themes across stories of sustainable healing from depression.
Selectively choosing to end the life of a fetus out of concern for that baby’s future presumes the very notion that many abortion advocates often deny: that is, that this fetus is, in fact, a person—and someone whose quality of life (and existence itself) matters as much as it does for any of us.
Does religious commitment by a scientist or university corrupt the neutral scientific process? Only if you’ve come to believe a popular myth about science itself.
One of the most fascinating rising Latter-day Saint philosophers sits down with Public Square Magazine to discuss consciousness, empiricism, and racism.
Looking for another excuse to appreciate America’s first epic fantasy more deeply? You’ve got it. Happy Star Wars day today!
How discussions are pre-loaded for failure.
Is science an oracle of truth—revealing what we should do and how we should think—or is it an ongoing, contested deliberation about that truth?
America was founded on the principle that “all men are created equal”. Despite calls to isolate or secede, this is worth saving.
We often find ourselves profoundly shaped and grounded by secular liturgies without ever fully considering their logical, moral, or spiritual implications.