The Delnocian Contribution

We’ve long been admirers of the late Italian philosopher, Augusto del Noce (1910-1989), who until recently was virtually unknown in…

The Long Hot Summer of 2020

On 25 May 2020, a black American, George Floyd, died beneath the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer. Cell…

“Insieme per l’Italia del lavoro”

On Saturday, July 4, leaders and officials of the three main parties of the Italian centre-right gathered in Rome, in…

The Americans’ Independence Day

We begin this brief post with the requisite message of congratulations to our many American friends and supporters. Today is…

The European Parliament’s Sexism

Hungarian Minister of Justice, Judit Varga, has been rudely blocked from presenting her government’s views regarding recent emergency measures implemented…

On Natural Rights

Here is a forgotten treat: a video of the Concluding Panel at a 2017 conference on natural rights.

The event was organized by the Thomistic Institute.

Unreasonable Catholic Integralism?

Perhaps this is a good way to start off the new year—diving straight into the growing debate over the rising…

“A Space of Liberty and Resistance”

On Thursday, 1 August, the small but well-stocked Parisian bookstore, La Nouvelle Librairie, celebrated its one-year anniversary. With friends, supporters, and clients stopping by for the celebration, the decidedly right-wing bookstore demonstrated that there is indeed a growing demand for the books, periodicals, and other materials that it makes available for purchase.

There is, it seems, an alternative to the cultural dominance of the French left — even in the Latin Quarter.

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.

European Populists Emerge Victorious

On Sunday, May 26, European voters went to the polls for the last day in this year’s electoral cycle.  While…

Macron’s denial of God

“The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris overshadowed other European news topics […] Mr. Macron claimed in [a] speech, decrying the damage on this magnificent building, that it represents France’s history, literature, aspirations, and the place of all great moments in the country’s history. However, he omitted its principal function — as a place of worship to God.” (Prince Michael von und zu Liechtenstein)

Paul Hollander (1932-2019)

The Hungarian-born anti-communist scholar, Paul Hollander, for many years a professor of sociology at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst), passed away last week.

Lee Edwards and Theodore Dalrymple offer two fitting tributes at Law & Liberty and City Journal, respectively.