We suffer from &ldquo;nature-deficit disorder&rdquo; and the accompanying pretenses of citified life. Take a cue from Hobbes, Rousseau, Einstein, Dickens, and Hazlitt: <strong>Take a hike</strong>

We suffer from &amp;ldquo;nature-deficit disorder&amp;rdquo; and the accompanying pretenses of citified life. Take a cue from Hobbes, Rousseau, Einstein, Dickens, and Hazlitt: Take a
We suffer from “nature-deficit disorder” and the accompanying pretenses of citified life. Take a cue from Hobbes, Rousseau, Einstein, Dickens, and Hazlitt: Take a [More]

More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was <strong>Norman Bel Geddes,</strong> a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th-century America

More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was Norman Bel Geddes, a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th-century
More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was Norman Bel Geddes, a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th-century [More]

More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was <strong>Norman Bel Geddes,</strong> a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th century America

More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was Norman Bel Geddes, a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th century
More than Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, or Henry Ford, it was Norman Bel Geddes, a theater designer turned industrial designer, who invented 20th century [More]

The sculptor <strong>Camille Claudel</strong> spent 30 years in an asylum. Some blame her breakdown on a failed relationship with Rodin &mdash; but it was she who broke his heart

The sculptor Camille Claudel spent 30 years in an asylum. Some blame her breakdown on a failed relationship with Rodin &amp;mdash; but it was she who broke his
The sculptor Camille Claudel spent 30 years in an asylum. Some blame her breakdown on a failed relationship with Rodin — but it was she who broke his [More]

Should public art be affirmative? A sensation at 25 and a MacArthur &ldquo;genius&rdquo; grantee, <strong>Kara Walker</strong> makes provocative, monumental works that challenge the idea

Should public art be affirmative? A sensation at 25 and a MacArthur &amp;ldquo;genius&amp;rdquo; grantee, Kara Walker makes provocative, monumental works that challenge the
Should public art be affirmative? A sensation at 25 and a MacArthur “genius” grantee, Kara Walker makes provocative, monumental works that challenge the [More]

In 1961, a Vienesse bibliophile purchased a mysterious text for $24,500. <strong>The Voynich Manuscript</strong> remains an enigma. It isn't a modern forgery, but it may be a medieval hoax

In 1961, a Vienesse bibliophile purchased a mysterious text for $24,500. The Voynich Manuscript remains an enigma. It isn&#39;t a modern forgery, but it may be a medieval
In 1961, a Vienesse bibliophile purchased a mysterious text for $24,500. The Voynich Manuscript remains an enigma. It isn't a modern forgery, but it may be a medieval [More]

&ldquo;The boy socialist of Oakland.&rdquo; At 20, <strong>Jack London</strong> spent his time on soapboxes condemning capitalism. How did his political philosophy shape his fiction?

&amp;ldquo;The boy socialist of Oakland.&amp;rdquo; At 20, Jack London spent his time on soapboxes condemning capitalism. How did his political philosophy shape his
“The boy socialist of Oakland.” At 20, Jack London spent his time on soapboxes condemning capitalism. How did his political philosophy shape his [More]

Collected Essays on Philosophers by Colin Wilson

Vaughan Rapatahana considers what Colin Wilson had to say about other
Vaughan Rapatahana considers what Colin Wilson had to say about other [More]

Doctor-Patient Relationships

Paul Walker ponders the best type of relationship between a doctor and a
Paul Walker ponders the best type of relationship between a doctor and a [More]