Arts & Culture, Good Living
Mr. Jekyll and Dr. House: The Reason-Emotion Split as Manifested in House, M.D.
Veronica Ryan November 20, 2006
Examines the popular television series House, M.D., zeros in on its main flaw—acceptance of the reason-emotion dichotomy and all that it entails—and shows why this potentially excellent show is tragically mixed.
Good Living, Philosophy
The Educational, Psychological, and Philosophical Assault on Self-Esteem
Edwin A. Locke November 20, 2006
Examines the misconceptions of self-esteem that are widely accepted and propagated by educators and psychologists today, illustrates the philosophical causes of those misconceptions in modern philosophy, and presents the correct view of self-esteem along with its philosophical roots in rational philosophy.