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Christian Faith and Social Justice on the Tom Woods Show

This week I had the opportunity to appear on the Tom Woods Show to discuss my contributions to Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views. I walk through the case for libertarianism I presented in my foundational essay and then … Continue reading

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Darwin Is Done

This past week we wrapped up the last of our readings from Charles Darwin in the Great Books Project, completing Volume 49 of the Great Books of the Western World. This week we’ll see the last of Descartes. Here are … Continue reading

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Experiencing Difficulties, Please Stand By

I need one more day to wrap up the Great Books readings from last week. Virgil and Dewey have escaped my scrutiny thus far. Please check back tomorrow for the weekly Great Books post.

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Hell Hath No Fury Like Dido Scorned

It’s another Great Books Monday, and when I checked my spreadsheet to see how much progress we’ve made yesterday, I discovered we had passed the 6,000-page mark three weeks ago without my even realizing it. That’s the sort of surprise … Continue reading

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Thank You!

I spent three of the last seven days driving a van across five states, and that has cut into my reading time significantly. I need one more day to wrap up my Great Books reading, so I will post on … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle

I don’t want to tempt the Fates or anything because there are still one or two loose ends to tie up here with the phone/internet service, but I am back online now in my new home office. I hope to … Continue reading

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Status Update

Posting here has remained very sparse because I still do not have internet service at my new house. It was scheduled to be turned on Tuesday, but there is some sort of problem with the line, and AT&T has been … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Magna Carta

In case you missed it, Wednesday marked the 896th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, one of the most important documents in the Anglo-American political tradition and, I would argue, in the political tradition of the West generally. … Continue reading

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Great Books . . . Tuesday?

Something is wrong with my modem at home, and so I will not be able to make the usual Great Books Monday post today. I’ve been promised the technician will be at the house tomorrow morning, so hopefully I will … Continue reading

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Introducing Tom Woods

If you are interested in history, politics, or Roman Catholicism in any way, you’ll probably find much food for thought in the writings of Thomas E. Woods, who cranks out books with astonishing speed. His best known works are the … Continue reading

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