M.D. Aeschliman

M.D. Aeschliman is professor emeritus of education at Boston University, professor of Anglophone Culture at the University of Italian Switzerland, and the author of The Restitution of Man: C.S. Lewis and the Case Against Scientism.

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  • September 14, 2017

    Remembering Moynihan

    Daniel Patrick Moynihan was the most substantial intellectual to reach high political office in the United States since Woodrow Wilson. Thus his life, writings, policy deliberations, and political efforts, and the effects of these, deserve the most careful and respectful attention.

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  • Remembering Moynihan
    December 2015

    Remembering Moynihan

    Daniel Patrick Moynihan was the most substantial intellectual to reach high political office in the United States since Woodrow Wilson. Thus his life, writings, policy deliberations, and political efforts, and the effects of these, deserve the most careful and respectful attention.

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  • Shakespeare, A Closet Catholic?
    May 1996

    Shakespeare, A Closet Catholic?

    For the ongoing revolution against traditional authority it is often difficult to know whom to blame the most, but certainly the academic community's skepticism, suspicion, and mockery of traditional values is one cause.

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  • A World Suffused by Money
    December 1993

    A World Suffused by Money

    John Dewey, Neil Coughlan thought, I was "the philosopher par excellence of American liberalism" because "he shared with it the root conviction that we can have both self-defined self-fulfillment and social justice for all."

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  • Appalled by History
    November 1992

    Appalled by History

    For us to love our country, Burke somewhere wrote, our country must be beautiful. The sheer aesthetic ugliness of modern capitalistic civilization has been as much a reason for the revulsion against it on the part of poets, artists, and social critics as have its various injustices and inequities, real or alleged.

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  • The Rediscovery of Science
    February 1992

    The Rediscovery of Science

    Despite Stanley L. Jaki's distinguished and protean career, his books are not often reviewed in our most prominent cultural journals. The best response of the progressive scientistic establishment seems to be to ignore his work as much as possible, in the hope that such neglect will doom it. Books by feminist witches.

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