Human knowledge is personal and participant—placing us at the center of the universe
Can one of our most enduring national myths, much in evidence in the recent presidential campaign, be reinvented yet again?
Now is the time to reconsider a policy that must eventually change. But simply replacing race with class isn’t the solution.
Military snooping on civilians, which escalated in the turbulent '60s, never entirely went away and is back again on a much larger scale
Having reached the shores of seniority himself, the author finds a surprising contentment in the eyes of his fellow retirees
The Civil War only enhanced George Whitman's soldierly satisfaction; for his brother Walt, however, the horrors halted an outpouring of great poetry
I never felt the pain of unbelief until I believed. But belief itself is hardly painless.
C. S. Lewis and his friend J. R. R. Tolkien believed that truths are universal and that stories reveal them