In After Virtue, Alasdair MacIntyre observes that in all classical and heroic societies, “the chief [...]
It is the prerogative of the Christian to reach for unreachable things. The Christian teacher [...]
One Latin word encapsulates suffering: tentatio. Wrapped with adversity and affliction, tentatio depicts trial and [...]
Few people recognize engagement in the arts as an intrinsic element of spiritual virtue. To [...]
What do students in our nation’s schools do all day? Most of them are clearly [...]
We all want our children to become virtuous, so we naturally shop around for the [...]
When I worked in public policy many years ago, one of my jobs was to [...]
Have you heard the one about the color blue? The story goes that the Greeks [...]
In 1981, a book was published by a well-regarded, but-until-then-not-terribly-famous philosopher. The book was called [...]
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