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What Does It Mean to Be “Well-Educated”?

I hope to have a Great Books Project post up in the next day or so. In the meantime, I direct your attention to a recent post over at the Imaginative Conservative website by Joseph Pearce on the topic of … Continue reading

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Liberty Classroom Steal Ends Tonight!

I’ve decided to end my lengthy hiatus from blogging by noting that Tom Woods has been offering an amazing deal over at Liberty Classroom for the past month. Prices are set to rise in the New Year, but you can … Continue reading

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Our Troubles May Be Over

Yes, yes, I know it has been forever since my last post here, but I’m happy to say my troubles with GBWW portability that have prevented me keeping up with the Great Books Project over the last year or two may … Continue reading

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Happy Magna Carta Day!

Today marks the 800th anniversary of the first issuing of the Magna Carta by King John of England (1199-1216). For many centuries the English-speaking world has looked to it as the foundational document in our tradition of limited government and … Continue reading

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I’m on the Tom Woods Show Today

Today’s episode of the Tom Woods Show features an interview with me about my new Liberty Classroom course on the history of conservatism and libertarianism. I thought it went pretty well; I certainly enjoyed the conversation. Click here to listen … Continue reading

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“Conservatism and Libertarianism” Is Done!

I’m pleased to report that I have just finished recording the final lecture of my new Liberty Classroom course on the history of conservatism and libertarianism. I have been working on this 30-lecture series with varying degrees of intensity since … Continue reading

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Getting Back into the Swing of Things

I know that everyone has been waiting with bated breath for four months now for the latest post here, and I’m happy to say that the most jam-packed semester of my life is now at an end. It’s time to … Continue reading

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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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