Our Hero: Socrates in the Underworld — The Imaginative Conservative

Today’s offering in our Timeless Essay series affords readers the opportunity to join Peter Augustine Lawler as he reflects on how Socrates models The post Our Hero: Socrates in the Underworld appeared first on The Imaginative Conservative. via Our… Read More

Mythology and Western Civilization: 17 Lectures A glorious thanks to my great friend, Tom Woods, a man of intense and abiding virtue. I’ve just completed my second set of courses for his Liberty Classroom. The course is on Mythology and the Western Tradition…. Read More

The Ideal Friend of the Honest Historian — The Imaginative Conservative

Don’t let us utter too much evil of party writers, for we owe them much. If not honest, they are helpful, as The post The Ideal Friend of the Honest Historian appeared first on The Imaginative Conservative. via The… Read More

T.S. Eliot on Good and Evil

The world turns and the world changes, But one thing does not change. In all of my years, one thing does not change, However you disguise it, this thing does not change: The perpetual struggle of Good and… Read More

The Last of the Romans: Charles Carroll of Carrollton — The Imaginative Conservative

The last of the American signers of the Declaration of Independence to pass from this world, Charles Carroll of Carroll was also The post The Last of the Romans: Charles Carroll of Carrollton appeared first on The Imaginative Conservative…. Read More

Meditation on a glacier — elizabeth hamilton

Over the past few weeks, since returning from a long-anticipated trip to Iceland, many of my friends and family have asked how it was and what was my favorite part. To which I usually reply by sharing the… Read More

JPII: Incarnation Inspires Genius

I’m not sure exactly why I needed to look this up today, but the horrific events in Florida this week made me think of JPII’s extremely Catholic teaching that every individual matters.  The following, which Pope John Paul… Read More