Thinkers worried about the Web rotting our brains would find an ally in the ancient Greek sage. But are their fears justified?
When the government violates the Constitution, courts should assign blame clearly—not bury it under euphemisms.
Plato’s vision of a harmonious state would scandalize liberals and conservatives alike. But some of his advice might be worth taking.
Capitalist societies believe in the possibility of endless growth. But Plato and other classical philosophers would have begged to differ.
As The Hangover films make abundantly clear, it's not easy waking up after a night of wild partying. Folk remedies for hangovers abound, but a recently published study offers a cure with a real scientific basis.