Peace, said Saint Augustine, is the tranquility of order.
A little learning is a dangerous thing (Alexander Pope) … and it’s expensive, too.
Recently, I wrote here an article, "Toxic Femininity," that had nothing to do with toxic femininity.
Those who study "inflected" languages such as Latin soon confront the problem of modifiers.
Ideological defenders of homosexuality argue that all disapproval of homosexual conduct arises from "homophobia" and that all speech against homosexuality is, therefore, "hate speech."
New film focuses on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood but looks beyond the show to its role in Rogers' life and the larger world.
Thanks to the adulterators of children's literature, the natural anticipations when approaching forgotten classics have been skewed.
"Color" and "niceness" are but a small part of reality. To limit civil discourse to them is itself a failure in civilized discourse.
Last week I decided to ask my students a question at the beginning of class.
How many times have you heard someone say they want to make a better world?