Eminent Scholar of aesthetics Roger Scruton raises important questions about the individual's relationship with morality and the arts.
"It is crucial to help students recognize that there are common (even universal) moral principles that everyone can (or should) accept."
"To describe, appreciate and respond to the fundamental desires of Millennials, young adults, and mothers and fathers today is not a step back from gender equality."
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The Age of Connectivity—and its implications—is upon us. According to Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, in this post-information-age revolution “we are living though what is surely the greatest economic disruption since the Industrial Revolution..."
Unlocking the inherent heliotropic tendencies in people often requires conscious effort because most of us have learned to give priority to the negative.