Does "Koch money" really threaten the mission of the university?
Joseph M. Knippenberg
Jonathan Marks presents the case for why, now more than ever, conservatives must not give up on higher education.
McClain’s blindness to the ultimate significance of ultimate truths leads her to miss something no genuine social scientist should miss.
Could it be that their purported improvement on this score is just more “bad religion” of the kind that Ross Douthat described?
We should offer students a different way of thinking, one that makes college less about private comfort and more about citizenship in the public square.
The public's authentic position about any number of issues may be corrupt—Adam Smith may guide us through the alternative.
While voting rights advocates want to make it as easy as possible for voters to cast their ballots, federal judges are concerned with securing the process.
The Aristotelian argument for democracy relies on our deliberative capacity, that is, on our willingness to learn from one another.
Joseph M. Knippenberg is Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven, Georgia, where he has taught since 1985.