Vol. 29 Nbr. 1-2, March 2016
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- The intellectual kinship of Irving Babbitt and C.S. Lewis: will and imagination in that hideous strength.
- The Coleridge circle: virtue ethics, sympathy, and outrage.
- Emerson on Plato: literary philosophy, dialectic, and the temporality of thought.
- Conservative pragmatism, pragmatic conservatism.
- Sources of American Republicanism: ancient models in the U.S. Capitol.
- Schooling for "deep-knowing": on the education of a Pithecanthropus Erectus.
- The image of an executioner: princes and decapitations in John of Salisbury's Policraticus.