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Larry Arnhart is professor of political science at Northern Illinois University and author of Darwinian Natural Right: The Biological Ethics of Human Nature (State University of New York Press).
Articles by Larry Arnhart
When George Anastaplo died on February 14, 2014, he was a distinguished professor at the Loyola University Law School and in the Basic Program in the Liberal Arts at the University of Chicago. He was also a professor emeritus at Dominican University (formerly Rosary College).
A review of Taking Darwin Seriously, by Michael Ruse
Paul Gauguin's most famous painting shows several human figures set in a Tahitian landscape. They display the human life cycle from infancy to adulthood to old age.
Darwinian conservatism can at least provide a scientific account of the moral and political nature of human beings.
The American constitutional regime is designed to satisfy both the manly desire to rule and popular desire to be free from tyrannical rule
The coming debates over biotechnology will test the strength of the moral-sense tradition.