Tag: Imagination

The World Spins On: “The Value of Herman Melville” ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Daniel Ross Goodman The quest to write the Great American Novel has long been the American literary equivalent of the quest for the Holy Grail. Among the perennial roster of contenders for this legendary status, there is a strong case to be made… Continue Reading “The World Spins On: “The Value of Herman Melville” ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Through the Wardrobe: An Invitation to the World of Imaginative Apologetics ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By William Merriman The apologist should appeal not only to one’s reason and intellect but also to one’s imagination, wooing the unbeliever—or a believer who has only granted intellectual consent rather than full-heart surrender—to Christ… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/10/through-wardrobe-invitation-world-imaginative-apologetics-william-merriman.html

America’s “Logres”: The Mythology of a Nation ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Raymond Docupil C.S. Lewis believed that every nation possesses what he called a “haunting,” a “Logres,” which baptizes it with a unique inner life. What, or where, is America’s Logres? Who is the mythological hero that could guide the American identity the way… Continue Reading “America’s “Logres”: The Mythology of a Nation ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Zombie Legends in the Age of Mass Man ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Matthew Pheneger Zombie legends remain a relevant medium that continues to capture the imaginations of modern people. As with any myth or legend, we gain wisdom about ourselves when we endeavor to unearth the symbolic meanings that lie buried beneath the surface. At… Continue Reading “Zombie Legends in the Age of Mass Man ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Nicolás Gómez Dávila and the ‘Authentic Reactionary’ ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Matthew Pheneger It is fitting that one of the most profound thinkers of the 20th century should also have been one of its most obscure. Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s critique of democracy may go some way in explaining why he remains a relatively unknown… Continue Reading “Nicolás Gómez Dávila and the ‘Authentic Reactionary’ ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

The Swords of the Imagination: Russell Kirk’s Battle With Modernity ~ The Imaginative Conservative: by Gleaves Whitney

By Gleaves Whitney — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/06/timeless-essay-the-swords-of-the-imagination-russell-kirks-battle-with-modernity.html

Winged Words: Reading & Discussing Great Books ~ The Imaginative Conservative: by Peter Kalkavage

Peter Kalkavage — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/06/winged-words-reading-discussing-great-books-peter-kalkavage-timeless.html

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