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In an age when even the idea of truth awaits trial, how do we renew our trust in words and things?
A thought-provoking conversation with Chris Hedges, Zaid Shakir, and Hamza Yusuf about hope, despair, and the future of our nation.
Modern philosophers and scientists are committed to the idea of world as machine, and yet they cannot explain language without the immaterial mind.
To be erected, buildings need more than brick and mortar; they need a hierarchy of crucial decisions, which ultimately reveal what we value.
Scripture and science, taken together, can lead believers to rethink our understanding of when life begins, of the miracle of revelation, and most certainly of abortion.
Colonialism universalized modern Western education. As we wrestle with this often bitter legacy, why do calls to “diversify” what we read fall short?
Can the measure of human virtue be set by the character—or the names—of God?
Only narratives can ensure our ethics take both intention and circumstance into account.
Hamza Yusuf, Maria Massi Dakake, and Andrew March held a lively discussion at Zaytuna College regarding Islam and the question of pluralism.
A scholar, a calligrapher, and a designer in conversation during an event in Berkeley, California
Eva Brann, the longest-serving tutor of St. John’s College, asserts that learning how to read could be the practical purpose of liberal education.
Why did many Muslim metaphysicians see the universe and all of its contents as alive?
Hamlet’s downfall did not arise out of a wrong answer to the question he posed, but out of the arrogation to himself of the right to determine his own existence or annihilation.
A speech about the roots of our crises in the modern world and why we started Renovatio