What are the criteria necessary to engage in just war, and how do we know when they have been satisfied?
Providing college students with the best of intellectual conservatism by exploring the ideas and principles behind conservative philosophy, politics, and economics.
Scruton, Ferguson, and Shapiro: Who Defended the West Best?
Three books by prominent conservative thinkers reveal good—and bad—ways to defend Western civilization.
It’s Time for Conservatives to Stop Being Content with J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis
Every time a major cultural franchise launches or continues, conservatives are left playing catch-up. We need to do better.
The Two Ways Humans Work Together (And Which One Makes Us Happier)
When should we coerce our fellow citizens—and when should we allow them to cooperate?
12 Books Every Independent Thinker Should Read in College
Tired of going along with popular political ideas? These books will introduce you to an invigorating intellectual tradition.
Free Markets Aren’t Everything: A Reflection on Parasite
Poverty is never just about material conditions. Bong Joon-ho’s movie Parasite shows the hidden cost of free market...
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