The twilight of Christianity, the loss of authority, and our fragmented selves

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Political theorists have engaged in much debate concerning the “quarrel between the ancients and the moderns,” such quarrel evidence of the opposing claims of the two worlds. Leo Strauss, the best known articulator of an absolute rupture, counterposed classical Greece to modern liberalism and its culmination in Nietzsche. Continue Reading…

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