Tag: political philosophy
Clemson University: Persuasion and the Nature of Politics
University of Texas, Austin: The Political Philosophy of Homer
Happy Birthday, Benjamin Franklin!
Tocqueville on Intellectual Independence, Doubt, and Citizenship
Happy Birthday, Alexander Hamilton!
Apply Now: JMC Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Pennsylvania
Tocqueville for the Holidays
Remembering Bill of Rights Day
Florentine Political Writings from Petrarch to Machiavelli
Clyde Ray: Defining Statesmanship
Daniel Burns on the Post-Liberalism Debate
Georgetown: Cover Ups, Accountability, and the Complicity Problem
Catholic University of America: The Meaningfulness of Democracy
Northwood University: Nationalism or Patriotism?
American University: Philosophy, Politics, and Don Quixote
Apply Now: Visiting Assistant Professor at Furman University
Apply Now: Postdoctoral Fellowship at Furman University
2019 Summit on Higher Education: Should America’s Colleges Teach Patriotism?
Originalism and History: An Interdisciplinary Discussion at Northwestern
Job Opening: Tenure-Track Position at Bucknell University
Job Opening: Tenure-Track Assistant Professorship at Coastal Carolina University
Job Opening: Open Rank Faculty Position at Notre Dame
Job Opening: Tenure-Track at North Carolina State University
Gregory Collins: Edmund Burke, Strauss, and the Straussians
Diana Schaub on Lincoln’s Political Thought
Diana Schaub: Lincoln at Gettysburg
Academic Opportunity: Research Associate/Postdoctoral Researcher
Panayiotis Kanelos: The Importance of Learning to Argue
Job Opening: Tenure-Track at Michigan State University
Robert C. Bartlett: Aristotle’s “Art of Rhetoric”
Mark Somos: The State of Nature in America’s Fight for Independence
Notre Dame: A Conference Celebrating the Scholarly Work of Michael P. Zuckert
Short Stories and Political Philosophy: Power, Prose, and Persuasion
Harvey Mansfield Reviews Leslie Rubin’s New Book
Eric Voegelin’s Response to the Errors of Modernity
Montesquieu’s Critique of Machiavelli’s Teaching
How to Transform Politics from the Inside
Yuval Levin on Edmund Burke’s Political Thought
Can Libertarianism Actually Work?
Works in Political Thought from the University of Rochester Press
Was the Liberal Project Doomed from the Start?
Tenure-Track Openings at Arizona State University
“Principle and Prudence in Western Political Thought”