Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl’s memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
With the World Series over and the election coming up, Thomas Fiffer looks at what it means to win in today’s world.
Stoicism requires us to be more, not less, emotionally aware. That sounds odd considering Stoicism’s hypermasculine reputation. Today’s view is that men should be less, not more, stoic.
3. Chasing future happiness is self-defeating. We can find happiness if we simply accept the past and present.
It’s usually impossible to be wrong in an ethics thought experiment, but this kid definitely did not answer this correctly.
India defines me; love for her is inherent in me
Having conversations on preparing to die in the distant or not so distant future.
The Humanities are dying on college campuses; Leon Wieseltier and Drew Gilpin Faust have the remedy to change that.
What is your daily measurement for how life, you, work, and relationships are going?
Sam Berns is a high school student with Progeria, a rare, rapid-aging disease. But that hasn’t stopped him from living a fulfilled life.
Jesse Kornbluth celebrates Marcus Aurelius.
What men should be focusing on instead of trying to achieve the unachievable.
Learn to be suspicious of thoughts that come to you while exhausted, hungry, and stressed.
Without a set of shared values, argues Ken Goldstein, we can’t talk with, argue with or perhaps even live with the other side. And then what?
Are there times when a man’s ignorance is acceptable, or even necessary?
Philosophizing and Facebook just don’t mesh. Here’s 4 reasons why.