This week The Imaginative Conservative provided a thoughtful look at the world of economics and government, world and American history, politics, classic literature, culture, Christianity, and the moral imagination. Included were outstanding essays on Holy Week and education. Pour a cup of coffee, light a pipe or warm a scone, and immerse yourself in wit and wisdom.
- The Mystery of Grace: Romano Guardini, by Romano Guardini
- Alexander Hamilton Stephens Reconsidered, by Lee Cheek, and Sean Busick
- The Fact of the Incarnation: Luigi Giussani, by Msgr. Luigi Giussani
- “Vital Tension” as the Creative Spiritual Energy of History, by Charles Klamut
- On the Death of Plato: Eric Voegelin, by James Schall, S.J.
- Prudence as Excellence: Edmund Burke, Abraham Lincoln and the Problems of Greatness, by Greg Weiner
- Señor, You Will Kill Because You Are a Man, by Stephen Masty
- Yin and Yang: Eva Brann on Dualisms, by Eva Brann
- What a Constitution Can, and Can’t, Do, by Bruce Frohnen
- Teaching in an Age of Ideology: Leo Strauss, by Lee Trepanier
- Mark Twain and Russell Kirk against the Machine, by Bradley Birzer
- A Pair of Moles: Robert Penn Warren and William Styron, by Robert Cheeks
- The American Republic and the Long Shadow of Rome, by Stephen Klugewicz
- A Non-Religious Case Against Same Sex Marriage, by Michael Bauman
- Augustine, Modernity, and the Recovery of True Education, by Bradley Birzer
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