Over at Postmodern Conservative, Carl Scott is thinking about principles and “the Hegelian virus thesis.”
Maureen Mullarkey discusses Evelyn Waugh, Etienne Gilson, and modern art.
Peter Leithart’s subjects for today: more on Badiou and Paul, Anthony Ossa-Richardson’s new book on oracles, the new SCOTUS season, and Kevin Hector’s call for “theology without metaphysics.”
(And from yesterday: “Where stories come from.”)
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Edited to add: Unlike me, you shouldn’t forget today’s On the Square posts—Elizabeth Scalia hates Facebook, and Stephen H. Webb is reading Genesis with Karl Barth.