ANAMNESIS WEB ESSAYS
In a period of less than five years, Philip Roth has published four short novels in rapid succession: Everyman (2006), Indignation (2008), The Humbling (2009), and Nemesis (2010).
Future Perfect: The Case for Progress in a Networked Age By Steven Johnson Riverhead Books, 2012, 229pp.
The Voegelinian Revolution: A Biographical Introduction by Ellis Sandoz (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1981; Second Edition, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2000). Eric Voegelin: Philosopher of History by Eugene Webb… Read more »
Allen Tate’s contribution to I’ll Take My Stand poses a challenge. He concludes his “Remarks on Southern Religion” by stating that the way the Southerner can “take hold of his tradition” is… Read more »
In American Incarnation, Myra Jehlen gives an instructive account of the significance of the land for the American national consciousness. American ideology, she points out, is informed by a belief in natural… Read more »
Sample Print Edition Content
- Free Fathers and Sons: The Principle of Love in Turgenev’s Liberalism
- Tradition and the Experience of Citizenship: Political Hermeneutics in Hans-Georg Gadamer, John Dewey, and Hannah Arendt
- Friendship and Politics in No Country for Old Men, Gran Torino, and Up
- Harry Jaffa’s Egalitarian Natural Law
- Michael Oakeshott’s Democratic Voice Review Essay of Michael Minch’s The Democratic Theory of Michael Oakeshott