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Symposium

Every issue has one section dedicated to a particular question. Collecting responses from a range of perspectives, these symposia prompt us to think about the values and ideas that shape our most urgent cultural and personal decisions.

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Fall 2010

 

An Interview with Harvey Mansfield

Harvey C. Mansfield is a professor of government and political philosophy at Harvard, where he has taught since 1962. He is the author or translator…

 

Burke, Paine and the Great Law of Change

An argument pitting two visions of liberalism against one another: one explicitly tied to Enlightenment ideas and directed to a transformation of society and man…

 

Conserving the Novel

In Issue 9 of n+1, the critic (and UCLA English professor) Mark McGurl describes the problem facing the contemporary novel this way: What should the…

 

Why Conservatives Should Read Marx

Every thriving political movement contains diverse and often warring elements bound together by little more than strength of feeling and the lure of power, so…

 

The Drama of Cultural Conservatism

This identification of being and beauty, which forms the backbone of “culture,” also hints at the historical font of conservatism.