Today the Pugsters are joined by Dr. Luke Sheahan, President of The Academy of Philosophy and Letters, and Editor of The University Bookman. Among other things, Luke is an authority on the intellectual history of conservatism in the United States. The conversation includes a discussion of some of the more important luminaries in American Conservatism, the nature of “freedom of association” and why traditionalist conservatives from a range of theological traditions often have more in common with each other than with people in their own communions.
Why Associations Matter: The Case for First Amendment Pluralism
Academy of Philosophy and Letters (APL)
Conference in College Park, MD, June 2-4
Register for the Conference (Put C.R. Wiley or Luke Sheahan as sponsor)
The University Bookman
The Quest for Community (1953)
Robert P. George, Princeton University