Monthly Archives: March 2005

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Review of Right Reason

(Note: As of 7/18/08 Right Reason and The Conservative Philosopher are both defunct.) Right Reason emerged from the tumult of The Conservative Philosopher (TCP), where K. Burgess Jackson disabled comments and alienated some of its members. In contrast to TCP, Right Reason has admirably aspired to give “conservative principles a careful, powerful, philosophical defense” and welcomes “vigorous, reasoned debate.” How does it measure-up? The first philosophical post opened with the following question: is analytic philosophy stealth conservatism? Lydia McGrew notes that some radical egalitarian “continental” philosophers argue that “objective truth, logical rigor, and clarity” are tools of conservatism. McGrew concludes […]