Across the scientific disciplines, today's problems arise from the same root cause.
Can Political Philosophy Guide Science?
Responses to Glenn Ellmers and J. Eric Wise’s argument for an invigorated political philosophy that addresses the looming problems of modern science.
Even in a time of unbounded technology, feel-good utilitarianism has its limits.
Could it be that the “Aristotelian” teaching of teleology is exoteric?
Ellmers and Wise’s skeptical philosophers will have to speak to the scientific academy in its own language. These are the questions that need answering.
Leo Strauss would want us to pursue the question of teleology in nature. Natural right depends on it.