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Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Part XVII

It’s become necessary to start viewing conservatism and liberalism as two sides of the same tarnished coin so as to be able to discard the entire paradigm and reinvent a new one. Read More »

Book Review: The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in Community by Diana Pavlac Glyer

A magnificent study of both The Inklings and literary groups in general. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Part XII

Hayek’s gravest error: the contrast of his brand of individualism with socialism or collectivism. It’s a totally modern conception, unheard of in Hobbes’s own time, and it displays Hayek’s modern bias. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Part VIII

At the bottom of the liberal theory, the one thing which provides it with its foundation, there lies a peculiar picture of a human, a human qua individual. Read More »

Self-Made in America

Individualism is the heart of the crisis facing America. Read More »

Society and the Individual, Part Three: Are You Society or is Society You?

Do Americans work to create society or do they allow society to create them? Read More »

Society and the Individual, Part One: An American Story

Whose interests are more important; society's or the individual's? In America, such a question takes on profound meaning. Read More »

Life Choice: Who Can Truly Make the Decision to End It All?

All Americans are allowed life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but how far does this truly go? Read More »