Summer–Fall 1983

  • Chicago and Its Authors by Henry Regnery
  • David S. Collier by Editors
  • Flannery O’Connor and the History behind the History by John F. Desmond
  • In Defense of Political Philosophy Defended by Harry V. Jaffa
  • Karl Jaspers and a Politics of Authenticity by David A. Freeman
  • Liberation Theology by A. J. Conyers
  • My Family’s America by Anthony Harrigan
  • Plato’s Scientific Myth by James Murray Miclot
  • The Age of Sentiments by Russell Kirk
  • The Conservative as Historian by Stephen Tonsor
  • The Historical Roots of the Originating Clause of the U.S. Constitution by Michael Mendle
  • Thoughts of a Dissident Critic by George A. Panichas

Book Reviews

  • A Critique of Pure Reason by William McGurn
  • A Third Model by Paul Gottfried
  • Art of Experience by Larry Williams
  • Crosskey’s Constitutional Blockboster and the Limits of History by George Anastaplo
  • Hotchpotch by L.R. Leavis
  • Images In Captivity by Larry Williams
  • Of the Fate of Men and Nations by Joseph Andrew Settanni
  • Pearl Harbor by Edward S. Shapiro
  • Reality and Consciousness by John Lyon
  • Reflective Conservatism by Ronald Lora
  • Speaking the Dreadful by Stephen Gurney
  • Technology and Transcendence by W. Taylor Stevenson
  • The Academic Question by Warren Leamon
  • The Far Side of Appearances by John Cruickshank
  • The New Philosophy by David Levy
  • The Poet of the Lakes by Kenneth Zaretzke
  • The Struggle for Being by Lewis A. Lawson
  • The Valuable and Meaningful by Robert C. Neville
  • Troubles and Opportunities in Academe by Charles D. Murphy

Current Issue

  • John Gray: In Conversation

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    by Allan C. Carlson

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