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Rationalism in Politics by Michael Oakeshott

Anika Vijapur revisits Michael Oakshott’s critique of rationalism in politics.
[Issue 159: December 2023 / January 2024: Classics]

The Limits of Argument

Howard Darmstadter asks why rational debate doesn’t often change minds.
[Issue 142: February/March 2021: The Tree of Knowledge]

A Forgiving Reason: The Secret of Sherlock Holmes’ Success

Tim Weldon detects links between Sherlock Holmes and Blaise Pascal in the operation of intuition.
[Issue 129: December 2018 / January 2019: Arts & Letters]

Is God Irish?

Roger McCann maps the limits of theology.
[Issue 92: September/October 2012: Articles]

Where’s The Evidence?

Michael Antony argues that the New Atheists miss the mark.
[Issue 78: April/May 2010: The New Atheism]

A Catholic Clergyman Responds to the New Atheists

by Rev. Dylan Schrader
[Issue 78: April/May 2010: The New Atheism]

The Roots of Reason

Jeffrey Scheuer on the philosophical legacy of J. Renford Bambrough.
[Issue 77: February/March 2010: Articles]

Moral Literacy: or How To Do The Right Thing by Colin McGinn

A review by Nicholas Everitt.
[Issue 7: Autumn 1993: Books]


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