Post-liberal proposals tend to leave the term “common good” undefined or ambiguous, and we should consider why.
M. Anthony Mills
Modern calls for civility often hearken to a golden age of liberal free speech, but this is a mistake.
Hobbes and Locke offer echoes of standard liberal approaches to civility, but Roger Williams may offer a better sort of civility.
M. Anthony Mills is a resident senior fellow and director of science policy at the R Street Institute, and a senior fellow at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy.