2 edition of Wisdom of conservatism found in the catalog.
Wisdom of conservatism
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter Witonski.|
|LC Classifications||JA81 .W53 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. (2,396 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||81082285|
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It has earned Burke a reputation as “the father” of modern Conservatism. Edmund Burke wrote his Reflections at the age of 60 after a career as a writer and Whig politician in the cause of parliamentary power in the face of conservatism is an ideology, is that conservatism does not entail or imply the derivation of specific schemes for how society ought to be organised and that it entails a negative rather than Here, a group of conservatives, including the pre-eminent historian of American conservatism, George Nash, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Russell Kirk Center today.
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If the first part of the book is concerned with the conceptual history of prudence, the second part focuses on the connection between practical wisdom and political conservatism. After all, it is necessary to overarch the walls which separate politics from the virtues, and which were raised by the separation of ethics (and morality) from They know that the roses of wisdom are good to see, true to the touch, and have a beautiful scent, but they also know that they can only be reached on a path of thorns.
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Originating as something of a 'reaction' to the radical, liberal and, later, socialist movements during the early period of industrialisation in Britain and Europe, conservatism remains a powerful ideological force in Western societies.
This chapter explores conservatism from its intellectual The book has remained out of print for over six decades, but the recent republication of this work as Russell Kirk’s Concise Guide to Conservatism demonstrates quite ably the enduring relevance What Is Conservatism.
is one of my favorite books, despite being what you might call a successful failure. I don’t mean commercially. Frankly, I have no idea how well this book sold, but going by the history of philosophical anthologies, I think it’s safe.