A CONSERVATISM OF HOPE
ESSAYS BY SENIOR CONTRIBUTORS
ROOTED IN IMAGINATIVE CONSERVATISM
Chesterton and the Meaning of Education
“It is typical of our time,” Chesterton wrote, “that the more doubtful we are about the value of philosophy, the more certain we are about the value of education. That is to say,...
How Reading Josef Pieper Can Help You Stay Sane
Robert M. Woods
Josef Pieper Also, the range of his wisdom is most impressive. Some of the titles I have read and re-read and actually use in classes include: In Defense of Philosophy—It is difficult to...
The Virtues and Vices of Courage: Josef Pieper:
Josef Pieper “Fortitude without justice is a source of evil.”—St. Thomas Aquinas The great moralists tell us that a person’s strength is often the source of his greatest weakness,...
Bradley J. Birzer
Pieper on Justice
Josef Pieper Selected by Bradley J. Birzer Justice is the principle which makes our civil social order possible: and Dr. Pieper’s piercing essay is designed to refresh this generation's memory of the meaning of...
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