Ethika Politika

I am pleased to tell you that Ethika Politika has asked me to join their editorial board. It describes itself as:

a publication of the Center for Morality in Public Life. Its purpose is to put the search for wisdom at the service of good practical decisions, and to engage contemporary ethical and cultural issues from an elevated yet common sense perspective.

The other board members include Notre Dame’s Patrick Deneen, “postmodern conservative” Peter Augustine Lawler, and Catholic University of America’s C. C. Pecknold. (The second is the nephew of the great Father Ronald Lawler, the subject of the story in Barbie in the Franciscan.) Which is not to slight the other members, but these are the three I know in some way.

I (obviously) commend the enterprise, and was very pleased to be asked.

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