Leon’ s Jefferson lecture, a very personal intellectual autobiography that transcends the fashionable dichotomy between reason (or philosophy) and revelation (while meanwhile having nothing Catholic or Christian about it), is a deep and authentic account of postmodern realism. It should be read with the two Jefferson lectures that immediately preceded his—by Harvey Mansfield and Tom Wolfe—in pursuit of a comprehensive account of WHO a man is. I will say more later, but visitors are at the door.

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