By Arnold Kling He writes, Conservatives tend to see the human person as an incorrigible mass of contradictions: a fallen and imperfect being created in a divine image, a creature possessed of fundamental dignity and inalienable rights but prone to excess and to sin and ever in need of self-restraint and moral formation. This elevated […]
By Mark Leon Goldberg Fareed Zakaria shares stories about his upbringing in India and the influence of his die-hard pro-American mother and Indian nationalist father. He discusses his intellectual journey from a middle class childhood in India to getting getting a PhD at Harvard and becoming the editor of Foreign Affairs magazine at the age […]
Growing up, Rachel Rosenthal’s commitment to modest dress was directly correlated to her increasing discomfort with her body. It’s time, she argues, for a serious conversation about self-image. Source: Is The Value of Modesty A Cover-up for Negative Body Image?
An Australian university has cleared one of its professors of suspected anti-Semitic behavior following a protest that turned ugly, the Sydney Morning Herald reported Sunday. Source: Australian Professor Waves Cash in Jewish Colleague’s Face — Cleared of Anti-Semitism
Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Source: Israel Evacuates Surrogate Parents and Babies From Quake-Ravaged Nepal