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It’s amazing how frequently the word “postliberal” comes up as a way of describing the world we live in nowadays. Of course, there are some on the left, and some on the right who remain committed to various just-so accounts of liberalism, but many political realists have looked around, and they’ve realized that liberalism no longer provides solutions to our deepest problems, nor does it describe the world in which we find ourselves.
Postliberal Order is for just such political realists who want to think through philosophical, theological, economic, cultural, legal and political questions as we contemplate how a better order might emerge for our families, for our rural towns as well as our cities, for municipalities and states, as well as nations, and for the Church.
We’re pleased to have added two new regular contributors to our masthead, the philosopher Edward Feser, and the economist Philip Pilkington. Their essays have already added considerably to the conversation we’re having here. And just this month, our own Patrick Deneen published an essential two-part essay “In Defense of Order.”
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