Robert Reilly



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Life in Prison: Eight Hours...

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America on Trial: A Defense...

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The God of Mirrors

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Delirium Tremens

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The Transcendent Adventure:...

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Pharmacy Tech: Basic Pharma...

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Patty Duke 213 Success Fact...

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A mentalidade muçulmana: As...

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The Return of John Marshall

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Knowing and Writing: New Pe...

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“They taught that freedom is not divorced from nature; it is rooted in and limited by nature. Virtue is conformity with what is naturally good. That is why freedom, rightly understood, is freedom to choose the good. It is not license or licentiousness, which is unnatural and unreasonable, in other words, against nature. Only a virtuous person is capable of rational consent, because only a virtuous person’s reason is unclouded by the habitual rationalizations of vice. Vice inevitably infects the faculty of judgment. No matter how democratic their institutions, morally enervated people cannot be free. And people who are enslaved to their passions inevitably become slaves to tyrants. Thus, the Founders predicated the success of the republic on the virtue of the American people. If there is any one thing on which the Founding generation agreed, it was this. Without it, the republic would fail, and it is why it is failing now—not because of the Founding but despite it.”
Robert Reilly, America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding

“Policy makers beware: unless you are ready to admit that you are facing an essentially theological problem in the Middle East, do not go about prescribing solutions, for you may actually make matters worse—particularly by creating the false impression that economic, sociological, or political programs can fix what is, in fact, a delusion of faith”
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