From the Editors


Under 4 Minutes

Solidarity Begins In Sympathy

By taking the necessary first step of sympathetic listening to others, we might initiate a necessary change in our charity toward one another.

Mattias A. Caro

April 27, 2015

The Middle Path

An objection arises on the subject of contemplation: whether or not it is actually obedient to God’s commands.

Hunter Sharpless

April 21, 2015

When Identity Fails: Insufficiency and Guitar Pedals

The best way to distinguish between the Right and the Left in the United States is by any number of individual identities that each chooses as its own.

Sam Rocha

April 20, 2015

Being, Meaning, and False Counterfactuals

It isn’t bad people who are most worrisome today—indeed this seems to be an age of an obnoxious altruism. The real problem is the result of extremely bad ideas, worst of all the absence of ideas in most discussions about anything.

Sam Rocha

April 16, 2015

On Liberal Indeterminacy and Its Mighty March to Somewhere

The liberal order makes change an axiom, and the crisscross of rhetorical appeal to the patron saint of the opposite aisle reveals that liberalism is a debate about itself.

Ryan Shinkel

April 15, 2015

The Nature of Love

Love is a reverent appreciation of the other’s being as such, a response to the transcendent value of another person in terms of herself as a thou, in full light of her personhood.

Samantha Schroeder

April 14, 2015