The liberal order rests on conservative, not rationalist, foundations.
Has Conservative Rationalism Failed?
In his writings and National Conservatism conference, Yoram Hazony is helping revive American nationalism. But is his philosophy of conservatism correct?
Political prudence requires reason—which is why a "conservative rationalism" that embraces universals and particulars alike is needed now more than ever.
Only justice preserves regimes, not history or tradition.
Our new world sheds new light on the relations between reason and tradition.
When a good is not enough, we need to nourish it anyway.
If local communities are to survive, institutionalized shame toward America must be rooted out.
The traditions of American civilization carry intelligible moral ideas.