When you deprive language of its freedom to be somewhat slippery, squishy, and imprecise, you deprive it, as well, of its talismanic power to illuminate the world around us.
You can’t limit the vitality of a book’s form without limiting the vitality of a book’s content.
Patrick Sallee wants his daughters use the power of their words wisely.
How do you ever know if the timing is right? Maybe you never do.
Believe what you want to believe and make your arguments. But let the merits of your ideas carry you to victory rather than the toxicity of your exaggerated venom.
Tim Mousseau explains on why we’ve come to rely so heavily on buzzwords to encapsulate everything.
Are you tired of the English language only containing masculine and feminine pronouns? Well, some people are… and Matthew Rozsa is one of them.
Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.
Sticking to his roots to save a culture from extinction.
Happy couples develop their own language over time. Here are 12 ways they talk without speaking.
Is the current economic system bringing out the worst in us? William Boyle takes a look at education reform measures.
Aaron W. Voyles investigates the use of complaints versus commitments in talking about issues with college men.
Stephen Greene argues that his experiences with raising his bilingual son in Brazil have reinforced the importance of making time to read together every night.