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Look around. The world we live in is in a kind of spiritual lockdown, even where people can move about freely. The liberal ordering of the world is exhausting us. We are addicted to endless innovations which don’t improve our lives, and the more we seek to transgress every moral limit, we find ourselves ever more solitary, ever more detached from ourselves, from our families, from our countries, and our God. The liberal order has failed us. To speak of “the postliberal order” is, at least on one level, simply descriptive of this fact. Yet on another level, it’s not at all clear what is emerging out of the ashes of liberalism. What sort of order can emerge?

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Mathias Corvinus Collegium | University of Dallas | American Affairs
This is the online magazine for thinking about a just political order which might emerge out of the ashes of liberal disorder.
Associate Professor of Theology at The Catholic University of America; Resident Theologian at The Basilica of Saint Mary — the oldest Catholic Church in the Commonwealth of Virginia