Winter 1981


  • Classical and Christian Dimensions of American Political Thought by Ellis Sandoz
  • Equality by Stephen Tonsor
  • In Memoriam J. M. Lalley by David S. Collier
  • Reason and Faith by Gerhart Niemeyer
  • Regionalism in American Fiction by Robert Drake
  • The Abandonment of Reality by Marion Montgomery
  • The Ethics of Comparative Religion by Henry McDonald
  • The Gilson Event in North America by Leo R. Ward

Reviews

  • Circling Emerson by Thomas D. Eisele
  • Don’t Squeeze Me, Please! by Arthur Kemp
  • Feasting on Life by Milton Birnbaum
  • First Treasury Secretary by William P. Murchison, Jr.
  • God’s Aristotelian Tragedy by Charles D. Murphy
  • Ideology of Flux by David Levy
  • Man’s Sense of Value by Hugh Mercer Curtler
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Of Virtues and Splendors by Thomas Howard
  • Problems of Politicization by Herman Belz
  • Progress or Providence? by Robert V. Andelson
  • The American Alcibiades? by George Anastaplo
  • The Limits of Mellowness by James Patrick
  • The Master of Astonishment by W. Taylor Stevenson
  • The Priority of National Survival by Kurt Glaser
  • The Purloined-Letter Syndrome by John Russell

Current Issue

  • John Gray: In Conversation

    by Gene Callahan

  • Sohrab Ahmari vs. Capitalism

    by Allan C. Carlson

  • Ray Bradbury, Sci-Fi Traditionalist

    by Robert Dean Lurie

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