To the scientific man a myth is a curious but valueless cultural artifact from a superstitious age. Here’s the why scientific man is wrong.
We’re excited to present this exclusive look at the Spring 2014 issue of Modern Age, which is just hitting mailboxes and newsstands. In this commentary, legendary Yale professor Donald Kagan defends Western Civilization, "the exemplary civilization," against its liberal foes.
It is difficult to deny that there is a fundamental disharmony between bourgeois and Christian civilization and between the mind of the bourgeois and the mind of Christ.
News flash: Christians are not called to husband and steward their resources wisely, to plan for their retirements or their children’s education—nor even, it would seem, for their nutrition.
Professor Williams agreed to answer questions from ISI students about economics, race, and liberty.
The second half of this long, grim, disturbing film consists of the patriarch stalking around the ship warning his family that he intends to kill the baby, and the rest of the cast shouting and crying that he shouldn’t.
Wilhelm Röpke suggested ways in which modern life in a market economy could be made more congenial to man, more natural, less inimical to his family and cultural life.
ISI is pleased to present the winner of our 2013 essay contest, “What Is Social Justice?”
Conservatives see that modernity’s attempt to transform human nature has failed.
Since Obama’s elevation to the presidency, America seems once more divided between “the party of the state” and “the party of the individual.” Meanwhile, conservatives seem to have lost the appetite for thinking through the problem of community in an individualistic age.
This article is the fourth and final installment in the symposium “What’s Wrong With Drugs?” Should we legalize marijuana? What kind of people do we want to be? That question must be answered first.