Tag Archives: Intergenerational Transmission of Values

Classical Considerations on “The Classics”

Classical Considerations on “The Classics” “A classic is any book that stays in print.” “A classic is classic not because it conforms to certain structural rule, or fits certain definitions (of which its author had quite probably never heard). It … Continue reading

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Family Reunion of the Conservative Cousins: The Coalition in Review

Family Reunion of the Conservative Cousins: The Coalition in Review “The Family, rather than the individual, has always been and remains today the basic building block of our society, though its hold has clearly been weakening— one of the most … Continue reading

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Digital Media: Communication or Disruption?

Digital Media: Communication or Disruption? Digital Media: a blessing or a curse? Digital media gadgets have transformed the way folks communicate, socialize, research, navigate, purchase, bank, think and not think. Digital media, while quick, easy and often thoughtless, has obviously … Continue reading

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