Weekday Reading


Linkage to fine reading and listening has been long overdue. Here is a selection collected over the last few weeks:

Feser – Where’s God?

Rachel Lu – Why I don’t use Contraception

Karen Swallow Prior – What we talk about when we talk about ‘Birth Control’

A. G. Gancarski – James Garner: Anti-Authoritarian Everyman

Samuel Gregg – Immigration: A Principled Catholic Approach Avoids Emotionalism

Dale M. Coulter – The Good Historian resembles an Ogre: Jacques Le Goff and the Long Middle Ages

The OFloinn – In Psearch of Pschye: Some Groundwork (This is a great introduction to Aristotelian-Thomistic metaphysics).

Robert Stacy McCain – Sex Trouble: Radical Feminism and the Long Shadow of the ‘Lavender Menace’

Daniel McCarthy – Why Liberalism means Empire

Charles E. Stokes, Amber Lapp, and David Lapp – A Bit of Religion Can be Bad for Marriage

Peter Wehner – The Nobility of Politics

Podcasts: Eric Cohen, Yuval Levin, and Meir Soloveichik discuss Burkean Zionism

Richard Reinsch talks to Philip Hamburger about the latter’s new book, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?

Film Review: Eve Tushnet reviews Polanski’s new film, Venus in Fur.

Book Review: Wilfred McClay reviews Roger Kimball’s The Future of Permanence.


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