In Singapore, National Night is a night for baby-making. What happens when governments sponsor procreation?
Public shaming can be powerful medicine. But used in the wrong context it can kill.
While we usually associate yoga with flexibility-inspired exercise, evidence shows a lack of psychedelic mushroom tea could lie at the foundation of this discipline.
College campuses have become a breeding ground of intolerance and shame — vigilant liberalism is destroying free speech.
AI will throw a wrench into many of our theological foundations. How will we adapt?
The separation between our reality and the reality of the rest of animal life — the "man given dominion" nonsense — is a façade that’s slowly eroding.
Researchers advanced the fields of social science by working together and peer reviewing the evidence. Couldn't the same benefits be attained by treating religion in the same manner?
Marijuana might steal the headlines, but psychedelics are making headway in the American consciousness. DMT: The Spirit Molecule producer/director Mitch Schultz discusses this trend.
Philosophy professor and Buddhist scholar Evan Thompson discusses the concepts behind his latest book, Waking, Dreaming, Being: Self and Consciousness in Neuroscience, Meditation, and Philosophy.
Every year in Japan, a giant penis festival is held, while in America, Chrissy Teigen's nipple is banned. When will we get over our sexual Puritanism?