Black America Won’t Be Saved at the Ballot Box The Right - “As a young black man from Southern California watching the systemic problems ailing my community, I believe that repairing our community must come from within, and the impetus is upon us to repair our culture before it’s too late.” Solomon Green 8/24/2019



Gov. Brian Kemp: His Approach for Georgia The Right - “And things like rural broadband, having quality health care, just a good quality of life, good ability to get a great education—whether it’s going into a technical field college or university setting. We had a lot of different options for folks, and we’re slowly moving the needle.” Erich J. Prince 8/23/2019
Mexico’s Glitter Revolution: How Should Women Protest?   The Left - “Now, pink glitter seems to be the spark of a new revolution in Mexico against gender violence.” Veronica Lira Ortiz 8/22/2019
Slavoj Žižek and the Quillette Hoax The Left - “But this just shows that Žižek is right in that there is no such thing as seeing the world as it really is. There is always something that mediates perception.” Néstor de Buen 8/21/2019
The Four Competing Approaches to Higher Education The Left - “Many critics point out that this one dimensional approach to education helps produce citizens who are selfish, disinterested in politics, and unprepared for dealing with moral complexities, which are not reducible to cost-benefit analysis.” Matt McManus 8/20/2019
Euripides: Oracle of Modernity The Center - “Euripides’ gods are the gods of Hesiod given a new, cunning, and manipulative makeover. Furthermore, they are depicted as clear threats to the human social order.“ Paul Krause 8/19/2019
Taking Science Fiction Seriously The Left - “Today, it is science fiction that often carried the torch of the utopian aspiration.” Matt McManus 8/17/2019
Why Aeschylus Still Matters Today The Center - “But Aeschylus’ cosmos goes beyond Homer’s in presenting Reason, Persuasion, as an integral aspect of the cosmos that was otherwise absent in Homer.” Paul Krause 8/15/2019
Orwell and the Motives of “Socialists” The Left - “The typical socialist often had very little concrete experience with the actual conditions facing those they purported to care about. They were often middle class, well educated, and highly resentful of the rich.” Matt McManus 8/14/2019
Where Hayek and Marx Part Ways The Left - “The most committed liberal would believe that perfection is unattainable, while the socialist would contend that it is not only possible but necessary.” Néstor de Buen 8/13/2019
Where Tolstoy Departs from Dostoevsky The Left - “Tolstoy was not naïve in thinking that social and political reform would end all forms of evil in human life. Like Dostoevsky, he was very well aware that much wickedness flowed from the pride and vanity of men like Napoleon or the Russian tsars.” Matt McManus 8/12/2019
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