ESSAYS by Audrey Rindlisbacher


  1. “From Opinions to Principles,” published 2010 – learn the difference between principles, opinions and applications and why these matter; gain an in-depth understanding of the 5 Types of Questions with many examples; come to see how to move from opinions to principles in your own reading
  2. “Your Standard for Truth: Keeping Your Central Classic at the Center of Your Life,” published 2010 – in today’s relativistic world, we are often told that there is such a thing as “my truth and your truth,” that NOT true, there is only THE truth and it is our responsibility to discover the truth and live according to it- this article teaches how your central classic is the key to becoming a seeker of truth and gives tools for keeping it at the center of all your learning
  3. “Classics: Why and How You Should Read Them,” published 2010 – learn the definition of a classic, the four types of classics and what to look for when you read classics


MUSINGS by Audrey Rindlisbacher

  1. “Have society’s values changed since Ancient Roman times?”