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Contemporary public school education teaches children what amounts to moral relativism. That's a serious problem, explains philosophy professor Justin McBrayer.
Creativity is more than finding new solutions to abstract problems presented in laboratory settings, and a new study out of Northwestern University is one of the first to measure what qualities correlate with...
Constant touching and emotional warmth are essential to cognitive development, yet our educational and professional environments are skeptical, often for litigious reasons.
New anthropological research demonstrates that belief in an all-powerful God is not essential to the formation and development of complex society.
Though the job market is seeking more Spanish-English bilingual employees, there are far more jobs valuing their skill at less than $35,000 per year than $95,000 per year.
Everest is presenting a new challenge to man: how to dispose of human feces on the world's tallest mountain.
If patients better understood the health risks associated with certain kinds of medical care, they would likely seek less treatment.