A reprint of Larry Arnhart's essay Darwinian Conservatism with comment and criticism from a variety of contributors.
This book suggests that Darwinian biology sustains conservative social thought by showing how the human capacity for spontaneous order arises from social instincts and a moral sense shaped by natural selection in human evolutionary history.
Beyond the Subjectivity Trap
The Jaynes LegacyShining New Light Through the Cracks of the Bicameral Mind
Illusionismas a theory of consciousness
Orwell's Faded LionThe Moral Atmosphere of Britain 1945-2015
Church-going, Going, Gone!A Movement of the Human Spirit Begins
Global PhilosophyWhat Philosophy Ought to Be
The Unleashed ScandalThe End of Control in the Digital Age
The SingularityCould artificial intelligence really out-think us (and would we want it to)?
Arthur Balfour's GhostsAn Edwardian Elite and the Riddle of the Cross-Correspondence Automatic Writings
Michael Oakeshott: Notebooks, 1922-86