In his new book, "American Rule," Jared Yates Sexton hopes to overturn a centuries-long myth.
This medieval-themed meme highlights a shady yet all too common rhetorical move people make in arguments.
New research reveals the extent to which groupthink bias is increasingly being built into the content we consume.
Educators have proven that they can "turn the aircraft carrier" when they need to, but the system needs to match their efforts.
Will nefarious players use social media to sway public opinion again this November?
Non-partisans are real, and their lack of partisanship has a cognitive element.
New documents confirm that the government agency—one of many—has been using a tracking company.
Sharing QAnon disinformation is harming the children devotees purport to help.
Apparently the Catholic Church is a small business.
What happens if we consider welfare programs as investments?
The complacent majority needs to step up and call for action on climate change.
A new study from Ohio State University details implicit bias.
COVID-19 may strengthen the case for universal basic income, or an idea like it.
If the idea of freedom bound Camus and Sartre philosophically, then the fight for justice united them politically.
The renowned magician recently joined Big Think CEO and cofounder Victoria Brown for a wide-ranging discussion.
Despite fact check campaigns, anti-vaccination influence is growing.
The year 2020 will go down in history as one that shook our inner and outer worlds.
In his book with Richard Clarke, "Warnings," Eddy made clear this was inevitable.
The proposal calls for the American public to draft two candidates to lead the executive branch: one from the center-left, the other from the center-right.
The European Union agreed on a list of 15 countries that would be allowed to travel in its bloc. U.S. citizens were not on it.
The banality-of-evil thesis was a flashpoint for controversy.
A simple postcard can improve voter registration rates. Who knew?
Comfort has won, and most formality is gone.