In laying claim to an older, and more radical, ecclesial political philosophy, Crean and Fimister elide the fullness of the Catholic legal tradition.
Graham McAleer discusses how postmodern natural law can help us think more coherently about human beings and our actions.
Reno assumes the alternative is between the weak loves of neo-liberalism and the strong loves of a revivified European conservativism.
Who better than an atheist philosopher to point out the flaws in the arguments of those who insist on a Godless cosmos?
For Smith, commerce is not about consenting to contracts but individuals surfing waters highly charged with solemnities of ritual, trust, and reverence.
Are we moderns destined always to think that consciousness ultimately reduces to matter?
Populism is shot through with the search for nobility, whether in farm animals, vegetables, cakes, sneakers, hubs and engines, or human talents.
Graham McAleer is a professor of philosophy at Loyola University Maryland. His latest book is Veneration & Refinement: The Ethics of Fashion, an open source web book found at www.ethicsoffashion.com.