Moral principles require reasoning and discourse to discover the certainty of their truths; they lie not open as natural characters engraved on the mind.
-John Locke… 658 more words
It’s been a busy few weeks for me with work stuff, so it’s taken me longer to write this post than I’d hoped.
In recent weeks, the ResearchED conferences have come under some scrutiny, with critiques and accusations ranging from the reasonable to the bizarre. 1,416 more words
It’s no surprise to anyone who ingests any form of media that society is becoming more polarized and less civil. Social media provides a voice for many who previously were limited by time and space to broadcast their ideas nationally and internationally. 1,059 more words
It’s not often that an acquaintance of mine appears on national television—on a political talk show, no less. So, like everyone else at UChicago, I tuned in last quarter when one of our own, fourth-year Jake Bittle, was invited to appear on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight to debate a column he wrote for the school newspaper titled “Shut Down the Institute of Politics.” 1,618 more words
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Strong leaders are key figures of any organisation. Regardless of holding actual power, or merely projecting it, the head of a company, a religious organisation, or a country embodies the entity´s vision of itself and of its future. 841 more words