Human Flourishing as a Criterion of Morality: A Critique of Perry’s Naturalism

Published Date: January 1, 1988 | Topics: Natural Law, Philosophy, Reviews and Commentaries

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Embryonic Debate

Published Date: February 11, 2008 | Topics: Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs, Reviews and Commentaries

A Reply to William Saletan, liberal bioethics writer, former embryo. [This article was co-authored by Robert P. George and Christopher Tollefsen.] In yesterday’s New York Times Book Review, William Saletan of Slate magazine reviewed our new book Embryo:  A Defense of Human Life.  Saletan is a deservedly respected bioethics journalist. While he is a determined defender of legal abortion […]

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Ruling to Serve

Published Date: April 1, 2013 | Topics: Constitutional Issues, Natural Law, Reviews and Commentaries

A Fundamental Argument for Limited Government Those of us who are citizens of liberal democratic regimes do not refer to those who govern as “rulers.” It is our boast that we rule ourselves. We prefer to speak of those who govern as public servants, but the extraordinary prestige and trappings attached to public office, in […]

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