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A succession of thinkers in subsequent decades and centuries were to build upon these three basic revolutions of thought, redefining liberty as the liberation of humans from established authority, emancipation from arbitrary culture and ...more

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Russell Kirk
“Conservatives respect the wisdom of their ancestors...they are dubious of wholesale alteration. They think society is a spiritual reality, possessing an eternal life but a delicate constitution: it cannot be scrapped and recast as if it were a
machine”
Russell Kirk, The Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot

Edmund Burke
“What shadows we are, and what shadows we pursue!”
Edmund Burke

Patrick J. Deneen
“As commended by ancient and religious traditions alike, liberty is not liberation from constraint but rather our capacity to govern appetite and thus achieve a truer form of liberty—liberty from enslavement to our appetites and avoidance of depletion of the world.”
Patrick Deneen

1990 The Inklings — 390 members — last activity Oct 25, 2019 06:16AM
The Inklings was an informal literary discussion group associated with the University of Oxford, England, between the 1930s and the 1960s. Its most ...more
25x33 Reformed Library — 12 members — last activity Aug 14, 2019 08:50PM
Sister group to the Reformed Library Facebook Page.
25x33 Into the Wardrobe — 13 members — last activity Nov 07, 2018 05:00AM
for members of the Into the Wardrobe Facebook group, fans of CS Lewis and the other inklings.