A comprehensive guide on how to enhance your virtue in 3 easy steps.
Sowell was the prime mover to examine the phenomena of bright children who talked late, he named it after Einstein as he was a famous example of being a late talker (he recalled he began talking at 4 while other family members claimed it was 2). The common characteristics have been discovered as: Outstanding and […]Read more "Genius Savant: Review of “The Einstein Syndrome”"
The controversial topic made easy with an objectivist point of viewRead more "Disability: Not the End of the Story"
A brief summary of the life of Booker T. Washington. A champion of freedom and education.Read more "Booker T. Washington: Orator and Heroic Figure for Education"
“No action can be virtuous unless it is freely chosen” – Murray Rothbard Charity is great and some may consider it as a virtue, but consider these two scenarios: 1. You walk down the street and sees a homeless man, you give him $10, and you walk away. 2. You walk down the street and […]Read more "On the Virtue of Charity"