Summer 2021 Correspondence
Machiavelli lived not for the sake of his own time or for his next life but for his progeny in later times.
Lorraine Pangle’s Aristotle displays the sober guise of the serious gentleman while revealing the underlying substance of the manic philosopher.
Those of us unable to join the integralists may still admire the integrity of their vision.
One would be hard-pressed to deny that Christianity transformed the Western mind.
Historians have been too much the ideological allies of Progressivism to permit themselves to see its master flaw.
The regime of modern liberty desperately needs old wisdom to avoid abandoning with contempt its own crucial preconditions.
There is just one rule for life and one antidote for chaos: common sense.
Aristotle's lessons about democracy are ancient but not superseded.
The divorce between faith and reason remains a troubling phenomenon within Christian nations of the West.
Neither Locke's Second Treatise nor the Declaration of Independence offers a complete key to grasping the scope of the American mind.