New Seeds of Revolution

I believe that the injustice of the world finds its birth in the individual human heart—in my individual human heart—not in systems or powers external to me.

Hunter Sharpless

January 26, 2015

Teaching as Deschooling

If we allow teaching to be reduced to a mere profession, we have already lost the argument. Teaching as deschooling is nothing more or less than the restoration of the practice of philosophy as a way of life and love.

Sam Rocha

January 25, 2015

Senescence and Suffering

Any truly radical break with the common sense of our age would counter the attitude of meaninglessness in dying with a defense of human worth that recognizes the importance of a good life and a good death.

Jameson Cockerell

January 20, 2015

Postmodernism, Vodka, and Catholic Letters: An Interview with Gregory Wolfe

Artur Rosman interviews IMAGE Journal’s Gregory Wolfe about contemporary religious literature and how literary critics, even religious ones, are failing to recognize and appreciate it.

Artur Rosman

January 19, 2015

A New Danger to Expecting Mothers: Statistical Illiteracy

The very way we talk about the accuracy of a medical test is flawed. Yet correcting these biases and misunderstandings isn’t just a matter of urging a patient not to take a test too seriously; sometimes the right answer is not to do a kitchen sink screening test at all.

Leah Libresco

January 18, 2015

The Monk as Merchant: Economic Wisdom from a Desert Hermit

The presumption that the profit-motive is a species of greed is false. This economic wisdom from the ancient Egyptian desert proves timelessly prudent, still relevant for our own context today.

Dylan Pahman

January 12, 2015