ART OF LIVING
The stage adaptation of The Fountainhead played in Brooklyn recently. A philosophy professor reviews the play.
Brown University Proclaims Liberation from Reality.
A no-holds barred interveiw with David Kelley on his quest for open Objectivism.
A timeless inspiration from a New York family trapped in Japan, then Germany, during World War II.
Is political correctness tough enough to ride the trail with heroes fighting real evils?
The really good life—requires a conscience, the always-reliable mental Sherpa guide in every big moral moment.
If the BLM movement is treated as “centrist,” then the Democrats have a Leninist wing.
We don’t remain in a continual state; we cannot expect continual, uninterrupted happiness or success.
“They” regard it as “commonsensical” that Trump voters are illiterate bigots who don’t understand democracy.
Statue toppling is about race, but only through the “Postmodernist” lens.