Set up your Free Think University account to access free courses, unlock scholarships, and experience other community benefits.

×

Forgot your password? Click here.

Not a member? Click here.

Need help logging in? Click here.


×

Enter your email address below and we'll send you an email to reset your password.

×

We could not find your email address in our system. Please contact support@thinker.education for additional help.

×

Your password has been sent to your email address on file.

×

Please contact the River Foundation for more information on your scholarship requirements.

×
The Death of Gratitude

The Death of Gratitude

By Jeremy Adams | (Source)  “Of all crimes that human creatures are capable of committing, the most horrid and unnatural is ingratitude.” – David Hume  When I was a boy, my father’s favorite day of the school year was not the last day, but the day before his students...
A Civilizational Crisis

A Civilizational Crisis

By J.D. Vance | (Source)  The following piece is adapted from remarks that Hillbilly Elegy author J. D. Vance gave at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s Future of American Political Economy Conference in Alexandria, Virginia, on July 23, 2021. ISI invited Vance...
Bleached New World

Bleached New World

By Emina Melonic | (Source)  In Todd Haynes’ 1995 film, “Safe,” Julianne Moore plays an affluent housewife, Carol White. Carol leads a comfortable life with her husband and stepson. They live in an upscale home with a servant; she spends her days gardening, taking...
Taking Literature Personally

Taking Literature Personally

By Dwight Lindley | (Source)  As recent studies have shown, and numerous anecdotal accounts confirm, the mainstream English department is in declining health, and unsure of how to help itself get better. Many previous commentators have laid bare the structural sins of...