Think Universally, Act Neighborly

Thomas Knapp: After Halloween, it’s still a mad and Demon-Haunted World. On November 1, Kathleen Parker invoked the universalist humanism of Carl Sagan’s 1995 book by that name on the op-ed page of the Washington Post (“Time to abandon Twitter, people”) in contrast to “today’s increasingly vile and violent partisanship.”  It’s not just the midterm elections that horrify … Continue reading Think Universally, Act Neighborly → - by Thomas L. Knapp