Fyodor Dostoevsky's Demons continues to illuminate a path forward amidst our debilitating contemporary crisis.
Discussions & debates on the pressing issues of our current political scene.
Dostoevsky believed that one cannot live as a full human being without a freedom that acknowledges limits in its striving towards a chosen ideal.
Dostoevsky understood that people who defined themselves by ideology were capable of a unique form of evil.
Reading Demons provides an opportunity for boomers to reflect upon what they left for their children and undergo their own moral education.
Demons draws our attention to the teachers and watchmen who did not live up to their responsibilities.
Have we learned anything from Covid-19 that will help us prepare for the future?
It is imperative that American policymakers and citizens learn from the failures and successes of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How did the Liberal Democrats end nearly 200 years of Tory control in North Shropshire?
If we are to live together and govern ourselves, we will always have to accept certain risks.
When you are imposing things on millions, it is best to know, or at least appear to know, what you are talking about.
An originalist Supreme Court forces the nation into a deliberative mode, requiring compromise and consensus before the Constitution can be changed.
Today’s citizens are capable of making wise additions to the original design so long as they employ the sound constitution-making process of Article V.
Have we venerated the Constitution so much that it has become untouchable?
One precondition for restoring the originalist constitutional culture is convincing progressives of the merits of federalism.
The United States has indeed paid a great price for failing to amend its constitution.