Filed Under: “Erraticus”

Technology has isolated us, how can we come back together?


The world’s best minds and machines are trying to keep us glued to our phones and away from each other, it’s time for technologists to go the opposite direction

Liberalism bereft of moral pragmatism will never convince its critics


Realizing that there is no common ground in philosophy is the first step in finding it politically

Infrastructure spending should focus on giving towns and cities the ability to adapt


As America gears up to invest in localities, an emphasis on local flexibility will be crucial

Can non-believers find value in religion?


We live in a world in which science has undermined many traditional faith truth claims. But what if the true power of religion is mythology?

‘Corona, Corona’: In the cycle of grief


Finding herself abroad during the early days of the pandemic, a traveler recounts the uncertainties and grief that followed her home.

All the lonely people: We need community but not just for its own sake


It is not simply that people feel lonely; it is that people are less connected than they have ever been. We are in a crisis of atomization.


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