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Finding the True Self, Part 2: The Sin of Sloth
In Part 1 of this series of articles, we introduced the nine types of personality that constitute the ...
April 15, 2019
Modern Technology and the God of Communications
Greek mythology offers insight into our love of technology.
Values and Tradition
April 12, 2019
Finding the True Self: Odysseus’s Journey, Part 1
The “Odyssey” is the most famous homecoming story in Western literature and mythology. It is justly famous because ...
March 26, 2019
Men and Women: Myths of Difference
Men know they need women, and not just for sex or reproductive purposes, but because women bring “beauty” ...
Men & Women: Embracing Our Differences
March 14, 2019
Apollo and the Making of Poetry
It was Lord Chesterfield, not a particularly profound thinker, who in 18th-century England correctly observed that "I am ...
January 29, 2019
The New Year and Our Ideal Self
The New Year has come, and I am sure most of us are considering or have written those ...
January 11, 2019
Ideal Leadership in Turbulent Times
Who we admire starts to become part of our 'ideal self'—that future-orientated component of our self-concept—and we start ...
Leading With Wisdom
January 7, 2019
The ‘Why’ of Christmas
The jolly season is with us. Those of a nonreligious disposition will probably go "bah humbug," note that ...
December 25, 2018
Scylla and Charybdis: A Simple Myth, Appropriate for Now
Homer's “Odyssey” is, by common and universal consent, one of the greatest poems in the world, possibly the greatest. ...
December 10, 2018
Myth, Metaphor, and Marxist Bread
I have talked in previous articles on the importance of myth and story, and that how we apprehend ...
December 3, 2018
What ‘The Odyssey’ Can Teach Us
What—in one word—constitutes the most powerful methodology for teaching and learning in all human experience? Here’s a clue: ...
The Case for an Education Based on Virtues
December 3, 2018
The Myth of St. Michael and What It Tells Us
Contained in the myths and stories of the distant past are nuggets of wisdom and ideas that we ...
November 19, 2018
Orpheus and Eurydice: The Myth That Explains Myths
The journey of the soul. Ah! Our soul. That is a story that has fascinated us from the ...
November 12, 2018
Myths: Mapping Our Way Home
In this series, Myths: Mapping Our Way Home, James Sale revisits why myths—all but discounted today—remain crucial to ...
October 28, 2018
Commentary: ‘To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme?’
Imagine that you were lost in a wilderness and had to find your way out. Fortunately, you have ...
September 5, 2018
No Collusion Between Trump and Russia, Special Counsel’s Report Confirms
Barr: Mueller Probe Did Not Present Sufficient Evidence to Establish Obstruction-of-Justice Offense
‘Now the Tables Have Turned:’ Trump Campaign Demands Origin of Mueller Probe Investigated
National Popular Vote Movement Seeks to Make Electoral College Obsolete
Mueller Report Alleges Trump Wanted to Fire Mueller After Special Counsel Was Appointed
Post-Mueller, Democrats Still See Obstruction, Republicans Say Move On
Less-Redacted Mueller Report to Be Released to Select Members of Congress
Barr Explains Conclusion of Mueller Probe: Trump Did Not Collude With Russia
Trump Declined to Assert Executive Privilege After Reviewing Mueller Report
Trump’s Responses to Robert Mueller Published in Special Counsel Report