Psychologist Daniel Kahneman’s insights into why we think and act the way we do in this time of tumult.
Just in time for the Oscars: Thirteen films that highlight the best in humanity.
While current policies are certainly problematic, calling it a war isn’t wise strategically.
The comforts of practicing a religion.
How reconciling opposites is driving the science of black holes forward.
You can find it, and appreciate it, without going very far.
Thomas Merton embodied a paradox, chasing both the purity of silence and the need to break it.
Love, passion, and commitment are important, yes. But this virtue, even moreso.
Much of philosophy was mere nonsense . . . until Frank Ramsey’s pragmatic alternative.
For Valentine’s Day, let’s ask: What’s up with the need to share our love lives online?