As dreadful as these books are in a literary sense, they are politically instructive.
In these pages, one finds Hamilton, the friend of republicanism and humanity.
Why is it that America is loved and despised, resented and emulated and enviedâ€”often all at the same time?
Jeopardizing the claims of the science of natural rights by allowing them to be disproved by the natural sciences is foolish.
Does the living-constitution vision ultimately contribute to the happiness of the American people?
By rights, Lott's new book ought to have a powerful effect on the gun control debate in the country.
Levitas leaves the impression that there is nothing native to the United States that might enable us to resist the evils of racism and anti-semitism.
Dating only from the 17th century, The Book of Five Rings is a Japanese work on the specifics of martial arts and swordsmanship.
John Brown was not insane, and we underestimate his rationality very much at our peril.
Podhoretz's book is at once a work of biblical scholarship and polemic.
Most books on Islam should be ignored, but there are a few gems.
This new edition caters to those seeking a readable, readily available, and reliably literal translation of Kant's Metaphysics of Morals
Weigel argues that the Catholic Church in the United States is going through the worst crisis of its long history
Dershowitz would reclaim the Declaration of Independence from Thomas Jefferson and the revolutionaries of 1776.
America's story is interwoven with religion and cannot be told accurately without noting Christianity's influence.
Anti-foundationalists have not in fact succeeded in shutting down the possibility of philosophy
Fortin offers a distinctively medieval view of the permanent question as to what is politics.
Whether citizens embody virtue is not an issue in Neier's atomistic view of liberty
Certain strains of American existentialism court political imprudence while others preserve the tokens of hope and truth.
Telling the history of conservatism exposes the power of ideas to form, deform, or reform the world we inhabit.
Is Nader's truculence and grating moralism simply the product of the peculiar personality or is it the result of a "public interest" political ideology
Many Europeans have succumbed to the temptation of a transnational community that will put an end to politics
International peace and justice requires the sustained application of power and purpose that cannot be generated by the international community.
A greater biological and mechanistic understanding of human nature does not mean we must abandon human values.
The American constitutional regime is designed to satisfy both the manly desire to rule and popular desire to be free from tyrannical rule
Brookhiser gives us a portrait of a man who is too worldly to be approached as a hero, yet not so world-weary that we can be cynical.
By treating civil rights and natural rights, Kaminer would deprive the people of their right to peace and order
If left alone, biotechnology will reduce our humanity and virtue.
Reagan's devotion to principle allowed him to see past the immediate crisis and go on to some of his greatest successes.