The most important element of economic theory has been ignored for more than two centuries, and its rediscovery has started a revolution the likes of which occurred just three times in eight centuries. In Redeeming Economics: Rediscovering the Missing Element, John D. Mueller shows how reapplying the economic thought of Aristotle, Augustine, and Aquinas makes economics whole again.
By John D. Mueller
By George Weigel
More than ten years in the making, The End and the Beginning tells the dramatic story of the Pope’s battle with communism and brings to a close Weigel’s landmark portrait of a man who not only left an indelible mark on the Catholic Church, but also changed the course of world history.
By George Weigel
Cutting against the grain of conventional wisdom, New York Times bestseller George Weigel, offers a compelling look at the ways in which Catholic social teaching sheds light on the challenges of peace, the problem of pluralism, the quest for human rights, and the defense of liberty.
By Eric Cohen
We live in an age of unprecedented human mastery – over birth and death, body and mind, nature and human nature. In every realm of life, science and technology have brought remarkable advances and improvements: we are healthier, wealthier, and more comfortable than ever before. But our gratitude for the benefits of progress increasingly mixes with concern about the meaning and consequences of our newfound powers.
By James Bowman
Although there is widespread acknowledgment that the "mainstream media" is in crisis no one has explained the intellectual and moral causes of this crisis. James Bowman, media critic for The New Criterion, provides a scintillating and fast-paced anatomy of the mainstream media's self-generated demise.