Why Are So Many Young People Dying Suddenly?
- Politics, Philosophy, Science
- June 28, 2022
In the United States today, it’s fashionable to see ourselves as victims. Commentators on the far left will tell you that skin color traps people in poverty and that people cannot determine their own fate. Commentators on the far right …READ MORE
When I tell people I’m in school for philosophy, they usually respond with one of two extremes: admiration or ambivalence. Either they give me an impressed look, a shake of the head, and an awed comment like “I could never …READ MORE
If you’re like many Americans, chances are you’ve hit the ground running in 2023 with a fresh slate of resolutions. Perhaps you want to lose weight, get a better job, or spend more time with your family. Whatever your goals …READ MORE
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
So begins A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens’ novel set during the French Revolution.
After three years of pandemic, lockdowns, riots, two disputed elections, a war …READ MORE
As New Year’s approaches, many of us are setting lofty resolutions. The humdrum of the everyday is easy to get sucked into, so the new year is a refreshing start for many. It’s a milestone to set some goals and …READ MORE
For all its (enormous) downsides, there was one silver lining to the Covid-19 pandemic: Entrepreneurship shot way up. The combination of remote work—and the new opportunities for disruption caused by massive changes to the economy—led to a boom in the …READ MORE