Category: Linkage

Christmas Reading

It is a matter of convention, that politics and religion are the two subjects to avoid in polite company. Humbug! I’m going to arm you with the appropriate reasons to persuade, awaken, or at the very least, humble, that contrary friend…

Weekday Reading

Jacques Maritain, Aquinas on the final end of human person, The Catholic Thing Bill Vallicella, A Note on Ayn Rand’s Misunderstanding of Kant, Maverick Philosopher Edward Feser, Denial flows into the Tiber, Ed Feser’s blog William Briggs, Summary Against Modern Thought: The Intellect…

Weekend Reading

Edward Feser, Why Not Annihilation? Ed Feser’s blog David Albert Jones, The injustice of destroying embryonic human beings, Mercatornet Tim Bradley, Unconscionable: Threats to Religious Freedom and Rights of Conscience in the Abortion Debate, Public Discourse R. J. Snell, Against Pious Nihilism: C.S.…

Weekend Reading

Bill Vallicella, On Flag Burning, Maverick Philosopher Anthony Esolen, The Church is not Putty in the Hands of ‘History‘, Crisis Michael J. Rubin, Providence College and Dr. Anthony Esolen: An Alumnus Speaks Out, Catholic World Report Robert Royal, Semper Fidel, Crisis Jim…

Weekday Reading

Fr. George W. Rutler, Advent: In My End Is My Beginning, Crisis Alan Piper, O.P., Religion is not Race, Dominicana Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P., Thomism Is Ready for Its Close-Up, Real Clear Religion J. Budziszewski, Mean Moralists, The Underground Thomist James Chastek, Reversing the modal…

Weekend Reading

James Bowman, Celebrity opportunity, New Criterion George Weigel, On Our Need for the Real Thomas More, First Things Bishop Athanasius Schneider, A Prophetic Voice of Four Cardinals of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, Rorate Caeli Ed Condon, The Pope’s abortion comments have provoked…

Weekday Reading

James Kalb, Why Liberal Governing Elites Seek to Neutralize Social Issues, Crisis Catholic Hulk, God Matters: On Liberty, License and Liberalism, Rightly Considered Richard Marshall interviews Edward Harcourt on Wittgenstein’s ethical enterprise and related matters, 3:am magazine Ross Douthat, The Crisis…

Weekday Reading

Updated Nov 15: James Kalb, Needed: A New Vision, Chronicles Robert W. Merry, How Trump Replaced America’s Globalist Consensus With A Nationalist Sensibility, The National Interest Fred Seigel, Trans-Atlantic Trump: In Europe and America, elites have overplayed their hands, City Journal Daniel…

Weekend Reading: Back with a Vengeance!

  James Chastek addresses the claim that intellectual or practical problems become more tractable when narrowly defined, and then, he attempts to square the death of the body with the immortality of the soul, and all before second breakfast, at Just Thomism.…

Weekend Reading

Ed West briefly explores the watermark left on the Magna Carta by Christendom at the Catholic Herald. On the ‘No difference’ consensus: Mark Regnerus reports at Public Discourse, while Mark Bauerlein reflects on the queering of academia at the Claremont Review…