Tag: Sophocles

Requiem for a Soldier: Louis Awerbuck – The Imaginative Conservative

Louis Awerbuck believed that societies fell to folly when they drew distinct lines between their warriors and scholars. What this ultimately led to was a society’s thinking being done by cowards and its fighting done by fools. Awerbuck saw himself as the keeper of… Continue Reading “Requiem for a Soldier: Louis Awerbuck – The Imaginative Conservative”

Requiem for a Soldier: Louis Awerbuck – The Imaginative Conservative: José Maria J. Yulo

By José Maria J. Yulo — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/05/requiem-soldier-louis-awerbuck-jose-maria-j-yulo.html

“Antigone” and the Necessity of Political Prudence ~ The Imaginative Conservative: L. Joseph Hebert

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