Social Cohesion and the Legal Enforcement of Morals: A Reconsideration of the Hart-Devlin Debate

Published Date: January 1, 1990 | Topics: Natural Law, Philosophy, Reviews and Commentaries

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Could America Survive without Religion?

Published Date: November 19, 2015 | Topics: Constitutional Issues, Politics and Current Affairs, Religion

November 19, 2015 By Robert P. George Can freedom survive in a society in which most citizens believe that human beings, who are supposed to have inalienable rights, are merely material beings inhabiting a universe of purely material and efficient causality? John Adams famously said that our Constitution was made “only for a moral and […]

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Running into the Fire

Published Date: June 23, 2023 | Topics: Philosophy, Religion

This piece originally appeared in National Review‘s June issue When I was twelve years old, I watched my father rush into a burning building to rescue a paraplegic man in a wheelchair. In the summers, we lived in a little house beside a creek in the village of Mt. Morris, in the heart of the Appalachians. […]

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