Because what the world needs now is love, sweet love... and perhaps a whole lot of stamps and stationery.
Being grumpy can actually make you a better problem solver, as it boosts executive function. This doesn't give you free range to be a grouch.
Think Again like you've never heard it before. A trip deep into the oldest living folk music in the Western world — that of Epirus, Greece — and what it reveals about why we make music at all.
In the 2018 World Cup, England's team was aided by an unconventional team member: a psychologist who equipped players with tools to navigate the mental and emotional sides of the game.
Nietzsche had some harsh things to say about the worldview of the masses, but what did he really think?
Practical philosopher Andrew Taggart talks about what is an excellent human life, what are the first steps to achieving it and what a society without work looks like.
The oldest people in our lives frequently shock us with hateful comments about others that seem out of character with the people we always thought they were. What’s going on?
In her vivid, dreamlike new book of short stories, Florida is a humid, seething organism that wants to eat you. Snake-infested. Full of sinkholes. A thing to resist, get lost in, surrender to, and sometimes,...
What do we do when we know an infant will not have a life worth living? Philosophy is here to help.
Seeing our work as benefiting others really helps us to find it meaningful, and therefore more enjoyable.
Finally, a study that proves that maybe it's not a good idea to spend $295,000 on a bottle of champagne.
Louie Psihoyos — the director of the Academy Award-winning documentary The Cove — is scouting out locations for his latest project, a real-life dolphin sanctuary.
Sometimes less is more.
Maybe everything we do is bad. But it’s not all bad to the same extent. Writer Jonathan Safran Foer on factory farming and free-range parenting in 2018.
Philosophers often get depicted like sages in ivory towers without a practical or human side. A gossip-filled book from the 3rd century can fix that.
Let kids be kids. Watching over your children's every move is a bad idea, and the long-term effects of helicopter parenting are far worse than thought.
Our always-on culture has us working harder, doing more, and sleeping less. While the health ailments of sleep deprivation are well known, a study by Rand Europe shows that it is costing the economy as well, with...
Here are seven styles of saying “I quit” identified by researchers Anthony Klotz and Mark Bolino.
Most people will experience feelings of deep loss and distress after a long-term relationship breakup.
In the wake of suicides by high-profile and much-beloved celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, psychologists and psychiatrists say that suicide is too complex and indeterminate for humans to predict.