Category Archives: Integralism

Imagine there’s no sovereignty

What if “secular,” “religious,” and “sovereignty” are not fundamental categories? Continue reading

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French scores a TKO

Sohrab Amari (Trumpist) picked a stupid fight with David French (Never Trumpist). The gist of [Sohrab] Ahmari’s argument is this: [David] French is a classical liberal, who argues in terms suited to classical liberalism. But classical liberalism is a dead … Continue reading

Posted in conservatism, deathworks, grievance mongering, Integralism, liberalism, lifeworks, populism, progressivism, Religious freedom

Social collapse (and more)

You’d think that basic life skills would not be so easily forgotten …. Continue reading

Posted in Declinism, Integralism, Political Matters, Roman Catholicism

Sunday Tidbits 8/26/18

1 Michael Brendan Dougherty at National Review takes seriously two kinds of critics of “liberalism”: That political liberalism makes false promises, holding out the possibility of liberty and pluralism but ultimately demanding conformism. That it’s past time to give up … Continue reading

Posted in Integralism, liberalism, Miscellany, Prayer, progressivism, Roman Catholicism

Not just another warring Hobbesian voice

Force is not a tool of the Kingdom of God. Continue reading

Posted in Dispensationalism, Faith & Ideology, Integralism, Pretexting, progressivism

Impeccable (in a reptilian sort of way)

There’s been a run of commentary, mostly negative, about “Catholic Integralism.” Look it up if you don’t know, which isn’t unlikely. I had only the vaguest idea. Some younger Catholics in particular seem to be flirting with it. It may … Continue reading

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