The Church should remind us that national politics is no replacement for associational life, nor does it bring the individual out of himself in the way that inter-personal relationships do.
AEI’s Values & Capitalism initiative is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017–2018 V&C Young Scholar Awards.
The Values & Capitalism 2017 Fall Weekend Honors Program was hosted at Seattle Pacific University on October 27-29, 2017. The program was an intensive seminar on business and entrepreneurship for 24 Christian undergraduate students from colleges and universities...
Jonathan Haidt, in his article “Why Universities Must Choose One Telos: Truth or Social Justice,” observes that the University is undergoing a crisis of identity.
Like the great inventors that have come before us, we all need to evaluate our society and be inventive in our problem solving.
We must remain laser-focused on building a consensus around policies that most effectively promote and aid in the achievement of human flourishing, of which education is a fundamental element.
Prudence, courage, temperance, and justice—the four cardinal virtues. Present throughout Christian and classical traditions both, these four virtues have steered Western thought for millennia, capturing, along the way, the imaginations of humanity’s greatest minds.
Societal debate is not only inevitable, it is also beneficial in refining ideas and seeking the truth. But everyone involved in this exchange of ideas bears the responsibility to convey messages that are accurate and duly respectful.
Capitalism. To some, it’s the foundation of modern civilization, deserving of full credit for every luxury and amenity we enjoy. To others it is the epitome of oppression, not simply leaving the poor behind, but trampling them in its wake.