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Can Conservatives Make Great Art? ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Dwight Longenecker Conservatives must preserve and pass on the riches of the past, but we must also be aware of and open to the opportunities of the present, so that the proper fusion of old and new will inspire and enable truly great… Continue Reading “Can Conservatives Make Great Art? ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

The Essence of Conservatism ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Russell Kirk Everything worth conserving is menaced in our generation. Mere unthinking negative opposition to the current of events, clutching in despair at what we still retain, will not suffice in this age. A conservatism of instinct must be reinforced by a conservatism… Continue Reading “The Essence of Conservatism ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Confucianism: Conservatism of the East – The Imaginative Conservative

By Jonathan Chaves How close are Confucian ideas to the American conservatism of our day? Confucius himself is known in Chinese tradition as the “Model Sage for Ten Thousand Ages.” Thus, Confucius and his disciples and later followers held that there are indeed “permanent… Continue Reading “Confucianism: Conservatism of the East – The Imaginative Conservative”

Letting Kids Enjoy Childhood One of My Top Reasons for Homeschooling

By Eve Deborah My children are able to learn at their own pace, have plenty of time to play, and can enjoy their childhood because of homeschooling. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2021/09/30/allowing-my-kids-to-enjoy-their-childhood-is-one-of-my-top-reasons-for-homeschooling/

T.E. Hulme: The First Conservative of the Twentieth Century – The Imaginative Conservative

By Bradley Birzer History should never have forgotten T.E. Hulme, and we would do well to remember him and what he wrote… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2010/07/te-hulme-first-conservative-twentieth-century-bradley-birzer.html

Words Wasted – The American Mind

By Privata The Right frequently engages in performative and rhetorical tropes which do us no favors; hence the Left beats us despite bad ideas. — Read on americanmind.org/salvo/wasted-words/

The Dignity of Work ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Francis Lee When the government began to define “essential” services, I began to question the relationship between man and his labor: Does man simply work to provide the means to live for his household or does he engage in work for its own… Continue Reading “The Dignity of Work ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

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