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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Will Gene Editing Allow for Human Perfectibility?

Will Gene Editing Allow for Human Perfectibility?

John G. Brungardt
 

“Don’t immanentize the eschaton!” was William F. Buckley’s popularized version of an idea taken from the political philosopher Eric Voegelin. Buckley later made it a political slogan: “Don’t let them immanentize the eschaton!” With apologies to Voegelin scholars, what Buckley meant was:“Don’t let ideologues try to create heaven on earth, because they’ll deprive us of […]

Why the “Witness” of Whittaker Chambers Is Still Relevant

Clara Sarrocco
 

One might wonder why an almost 800-page book written 67 years ago (1952) by an author who died in 1961 would still have any relevance today. The book is Witness by Whittaker Chambers. It is both an autobiography and a “tell-all” book of a complicated life, of espionage, of a notorious court case, and finally […]

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