B.D. McClay is senior editor of The Hedgehog Review.
It is natural to seek reassurance that we are good people, but from whom?
To what extent is “virtue signaling” a useful, or at least meaningful, phrase?
A zero sum reality, in which every win is someone else’s loss, exists in a constant state of crisis.
A translation of English to English presumes that ambiguity of language is always a flaw—but it’s not.
Humility, laziness, true confessions, and The Karate Kid—an interview with Alan Jacobs on his 79 Theses for Disputation.