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Against Fairness  December 12, 2012
against fairness

Should the world be a fair place, where everyone gets a chance or would things be better if we showed our natural tendencies toward selfishness?

How One Apostle Transformed Christianity  December 11, 2012
paul and jesus

How did the man we know as St. Paul shape the Christian religion we recognize today?

Origins of Anxiety and Depression  December 11, 2012
jeffrey khan

How could our psychological disorders be the result of biologically evolved social instincts?

Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother  December 10, 2012

What’s the best way to rear children? Every parent wants to do best by their kids, but whose method is correct and who should decide?

Money, Politics, and Corruption  December 10, 2012

Is there any practical way to mitigate the influence of money on American politics?

A Christmas Carol  December 6, 2012
Image Courtesy Pegasus News/Karen Almond

What can we learn about Victorian life and history from an evening at the theater or a contemporaneous work of fiction and what goes into staging such a production?

The Way We Cook  December 6, 2012
The Way We Cook

How do the different ways we cook around the world define our separate traditions and cultures while also drawing us together as people?

The Introvert’s Way  December 5, 2012
The Introvert's Way

How can introverts survive the clamoring world in which we live?

An Eagle Scout’s View  December 5, 2012
TX Monthly Scout Illustration

Why would an Eagle Scout father decide not to enroll his own son in the organization he loved as a young man?

An Atlantic Odyssey Of Slavery And Freedom  December 4, 2012
The Amistad Rebellion

How did a small group of slaves destined for a brutal life of servitude in 1839 re-gain their freedom?

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