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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Philosophy: A Discovery in Comics’ by Margreet de Heer


A Dutch cartoonist wittily examines the basics of Western thinking. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – ‘The Conversation’ in the Bag

The Conversation

Socrates would be proud. Read More »

On Loyalty, Politics, and Statehood

The days of the state as the predominant political institution of our time are numbered. Read More »

Success in School: There is No App for That

Kids used to the hush of the marker on whiteboard should also know the wonderful sound of chalk against slate. Read More »

Book Review: Breakfast With Socrates: The Philosophy of Everyday Life by Robert Rowland Smith

Thin pickings at the breakfast table. Read More »

Wisconsin: A Lesson of Democracy in Action

Or, Was Madison Really Just an Object Lesson in Union and Liberal-Progressive Thugocracy Read More »

Why President Obama’s Healthcare Plan is Still a Win-Win Winner, Part 34,059.72

Or, How to Tackle the Really Tough Issues and Easily Triumph Over Them Without Even Breaking A Sweat Read More »

Book Review: The Fuzzy Philosopher (Oraculous Tales Volume 2) by Becky Ances and Ryan Wilson

If you read this book, life would be less unexamined by 124 pages. Read the review: by about 600 words. Read More »

TV Review: House, M.D. Revisited – “The Socratic Method”

A classic House, M.D. episode from season one reveals a new layer of TV's misanthropic genius diagnostician. Read More »

Book Review: It’s All Greek to Me: From Homer to the Hippocratic Oath, How Ancient Greece Has Shaped Our World, by Charlotte Higgins

Charlotte Higgins ties the modern world to ancient Greece in a captivating and entertaining read. Read More »