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.
Insides and OutsidesInterdisciplinary Perspectives on Animate Nature
Get Over YourselfNietzsche for Our Times
Morse Code Wrens of Station XBletchley's Outer Circle
The Moral Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe
The Many Faces of Coincidence
A Hospitable UniverseAddressing Ethical and Spiritual Concerns in Light of Recent Scientific Discoveries
The Chamberlain Legacy
Metapsychology of the Creative ProcessContinuous Novelty as the Ground of Creative Advance
Jason W. Brown
Thomas Reid on Religion
Lady Mary ShepherdSelected Writings