Our “Worst” list reveals a remarkable number of volumes of sham social science of every kind.
On campus after campus, professors and administrators act not as umpires between truth and truth but rather as gladiators in often-bitter fights over resources and policy.
Today, we lead with the fifty best books of the 20th century. Next week, we will present the fifty worst books.
ISI remembers the philanthropist who passed away on July 4
The tracking revolution is the replacement of, not the extension of a human faculty.
A theologian, an entrepreneur, and a journalist walked into the Veritas Forum to talk about the future. Watch what happened.
So that no thought of mine, no matter how stupid, will ever go unpublished again!
Rodney Stark speaks with the Intercollegiate Review about the dangerous myths about Western civilization that are gaining currency—and about why the truth matters.
The IR is pleased to present this excerpt from The Perspective of Love: Natural Law in a New Mode, a new book by R.J. Snell, “one of the young bright lights of natural law thinkers.”
If Brat wins the general election, he will become one of the few—or perhaps only—sitting members of Congress to raise serious questions about how the modern West thinks about economics.
Can the American flag contribute to a felt sense of American identity? As we prepare to celebrate Flag Day on June 14, we reflect on the importance of “The Stars and Stripes.”