Does the entire American order rest on a false philosophy of nature, man, and God?
Nathan W. Schlueter
The repeated postliberal claim that America was founded upon an anthropology of expressive individualism finds no support in American political culture.
Why Hamilton is the musical for our time.
Grounding politics in “religion,” does not solve any of the problems Buckley identifies in the natural law, it just pushes them further down the road.
A Vindication of Politics helps us remember that there are as many kinds of common goods as there are kinds of human association.
Helena Rosenblatt presents a Continentalized (which is to say incomplete) definition of liberalism.
If libertarians are not prepared to accept the consequences of absolute non-aggression, they should seek a more plausible public philosophy.
The Great Libertarian versus Conservative Debate: A Conversation with Nathan Schlueter and Nikolai Wenzel
What principles really divide libertarians and conservatives?
Read great stories aloud to your children. Over and over again. It’s the best way to keep dragons away, from your children, and from yourself.
Nathan W. Schlueter is professor of philosophy and religion at Hillsdale College. Among other books, he is the author of Selfish Libertarians and Socialist Conservatives: The Foundations of the Libertarian-Conservative Debate (Stanford).