The frenetic pace and consumption-focus of American economic life is not a result of market capitalism, but it may be part of the American character.
A year ago today, Peter Augustine Lawler died. Paul Seaton has this reflection today on his passing.
Here we collect the tributes published on Law and Liberty alongside some of his essays and interviews for our site:
A Liberty Law Talk podcast with Richard Reinsch
Here are a few of Lawler’s best essays for Law and Liberty:
A comment on the relationship between law, ethics and a life well lived.
Lawler argues for the consistency of Atticus Finch between To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman, with some help from William Alexander Percy.
A review of Arthur Melzer’s Philosophy Between the Lines.