Aldous Huxley, “Time and the Machine”

[Transcription for the chapter, “TIME AND THE MACHINE,” The Olive Tree and Other Essays (London: ENG: Chatto and Windus, 1936), pp. 122-124] Time, as we know it, is a very recent invention. The modern time-sense is hardly older… Read More

Goldwater at Notre Dame, Feb. 1962

The following is a link to Barry Goldwater’s speech—one of his best—given at Notre Dame, February 1962. Goldwater’s ally and friend, Russell Kirk, actually wrote the speech for the Arizona senator. By all accounts, the University of Notre Dame… Read More

Thomas Merton, “Time and Liturgy,” 1956

I always find it strange that Catholics possess mixed feelings about Thomas Merton.  For me, he was an absolute genius.  Brilliant and a man of almost impeccable integrity.  Of all of his writings, this–Time and Liturgy–is one of… Read More