The concept of ‘dwelling’ serves as a source for our pre-political loyalties and these loyalties allow a sense of the common good to arise. Here, I will expand on these arguments by comparing two crucial thinkers in the contemporary world: Martin Heidegger and Roger Scruton. Scruton claimed that he never liked Heidegger. He was known […]
The dawn of Western civilisation carried a strong focus on martial arts. In a world where war often lurked around the corner, it was paramount that one should be able to defend oneself. In our times, war again haunts our continent. It may be time to rediscover our martial roots.
Of the three dominant types of welfare states, it is not easy to extract one that would be palatable to both social conservatives and social democrats—it is possible though. The path to a compromise can be found by navigating the dynamics between political methodology and political theory.