Congratulations to on their 10th Anniversary (today)! and I have an essay in the new Anniversary issue. In the debate over “liberalism” we need to be careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
. and ’s intervention in recent debates deserves your attention. The most important point here, to my mind, is the recognition of religion as part of the temporal common good. (If that’s the case, various government duties follow!)
This essay from and is a worthy attempt to stake a middle ground in the current intellectual debate roiling conservatism. It’s well worth your time.
Are liberalism and (some form of) illiberalism our only options? Can there be theories of justice and the common good that are neither "liberal" (in the Lockean or Rawlsian sense) nor illiberal? Anderson & George: "The Baby and the Bathwater"