Remembering Cordelia Taylor and her love for others.
Remarks at the Council on Foundations annual conference a decade ago.
What might she think of The New York Times’ in-depth investigation of nonprofits and politics?
Philanthropy and data, oxytocin and neurological unity, and love and charity in Arthur C. Brooks’ new book on the culture of contempt.
Where New Labour boldly reformed schools, Keir Starmer retreats to the class-war comfort zone.
Education is a public good, but so is medicine and Pfizer doesn’t claim to be a charity.
The University of Chicago sociologist talks to Michael E. Hartmann about the political construction of philanthropy and charity, current strains on that construction, a potential revival of mutual aid, and what it might mean for our us all as a nation.
The Assumption University professor and author talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about charity, justice, subsidiarity, and what the Holy Father calls “political love” in the new encyclical.
The Assumption University professor and author talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about the Holy Father’s new encyclical and its “innovations” in Catholic social teaching.
From AOC and two popes.
Should you give to charity based on emotional ties or on calculated rational analysis?