I’m at the Imaginative Conservative This Morning

The Imaginative Conservative, begun by Winston Elliott and Brad Birzer, has become one of my most-frequented websites in the last couple of years. Its writers cover a lot of ground and never get bogged down in the narrowly political.

I’m pleased to report that my first piece for this site was published this morning. It’s a review of Robert Woods’s Dwelling on Delphi: Thinking Christianly about the Liberal Arts.

Here’s the link.

About Dr. J

I am Professor of Humanities at Faulkner University, where I chair the Department of Humanities and direct online M.A. and Ph.D. programs based on the Great Books of Western Civilization. I am also Associate Editor of the Journal of Faith and the Academy and a member of the faculty at Liberty Classroom.
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2 Responses to I’m at the Imaginative Conservative This Morning

  1. David Hathaway says:

    Good article Jason. I struggle with the thought that the process of continually assessing the value and legitimacy of various intellectual discourses is, in itself, non-productive for the most part; when I could be using that time to interact physically with the world and my fellow man in a productive way. – David

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