Toward a ‘National Conservatism’

The inaugural conference of the Edmund Burke Foundation, focusing on ‘national conservatism’, began Sunday evening and will conclude on Tuesday, July 16. Spearheaded by Israeli political philosopher Yoram Hazony, the conference brings together some of the world’s leading social and political thinkers.

Individualism Waning in the West

[T]he growing conflict between traditionalists and progressives is causing stress, with divisions exacerbated by social media. In this context, there are signs of the West shifting towards collectivism. This will bring security — but with a regrettable loss of liberty.

Norman Stone (1941-2019)

Professor Norman Stone, the renowned historian who died aged 78 on June 19 this year, was an outstandingly colourful figure on a British intellectual landscape that has long had an accelerating tendency to the flat, dull, monochrome, and ideologically uniform.

Converting America Means Thinking Differently

The 13 June 2019 Catholic Herald carried a provocative article by a colleague whom I greatly respect: Matthew Schmitz. Entitled “Longing for lost worlds won’t convert America,” it roused rather conflicting feelings in me — which was very odd.

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2018 Summer/Fall

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