This is a contribution to Symposium No. 1, our invitation to explore and explain the basic principles of a liberal outlook. Liberalism is a much…
This is a contribution to Symposium No. 1, our invitation to explore and explain the basic principles of a liberal outlook. “The perennial gale of…
Opposition to left-wing “wokeness” is becoming, not just a successful political cause, but a bandwagon. That’s cause for a certain amount of…
George Will and Steven Pinker on LiberalismListen now (38 min) | Rob Tracinski brings together George Will and Steven Pinker for a conversation about the nature and foundations of political…
By design and through strict discipline, Symposium avoids discussion of electoral politics in favor of a discussion of ideas—but political results do…
This is a contribution to Symposium No. 1, our invitation to explore and explain the basic principles of a liberal outlook. Does liberalism need…
A Review of "The Constitution of Knowledge: A Defense of Truth," by Jonathan Rauch
The case for a free society is a broad integration across many subjects, including history, economics, and moral philosophy. Central to this integration…
I recently noted that I have been reading Catherine Nixey's book, The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World, while watching…
Welcome to Symposium, a new publication dedicated to strengthening the intellectual foundations of a free society. Symposium is a journal of liberalism…
Conflicting ideas about freedom are a mainstay of politics today. To name just a few: In certain sectors of the right, COVID restrictions and mask…
A Review of "America’s Revolutionary Mind," by Brad Thompson