Natural Law and Human Rights: A Conversation

Published Date: January 1, 2005 | Topics: Natural Law, Philosophy, Religion

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Read this chapter in Does Human Rights Need God?

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Roger Scruton Was a Conservative. But What Kind?

Published Date: January 29, 2020 | Topics: Philosophy

The philosopher, who died this month, defied stereotypes by remaining true to his moral sensibility. Sir Roger Scruton, who died this month at age 75, was a longstanding and dear friend of mine. Although we represented different philosophical schools — Roger leaning in a Kantian direction, I being a dyed-in-the-wool Aristotelian — our interests and ultimate […]

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Creative Science Will Resolve Stem-Cell Issues

Published Date: June 20, 2005 | Topics: Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs

[This article was co-authored by Markus Grompe and Robert P. George.] The House of Representatives recently passed legislation to loosen President Bush’s restrictions on federal funding of embryonic stem-cell research. The president has promised to veto the bill, however, and the legislation lacks the support of a veto-proof majority. So regardless of what happens in […]

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