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Cardinal Mueller on Questions about Rights

Cardinal Mueller on the rise of legal philosophies that reduce human beings, the unborn especially, to mere pawns in an Orwellian game.

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On Sacrifice

Michael Pakaluk: Ending innocence (through seduction, corruption, abortion, mutilation) is service to false gods demanding victims and blood.

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On Miners and Sappers

Hadley Arkes: We’ve departed from America’s founding natural-law principles to a regime with no standard of truth outside the positive law.

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Visit to a Familiar, Now Distant Place

Hadley Arkes: What is most distinct to human nature is reasoning, and most notably, reasoning over matters of right and wrong.

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Reason, Revelation, and the American Regime

Hadley Arkes: The American Founding was ultimately Catholic because it invoked natural law and natural rights to justify the cause of liberty.

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When Cardinal Lustiger Brought the News

Hadley Arkes on the problem of a libertarianism that accepts no moral truths and, therefore, permits abortion. Why not slavery too?

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