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Nature and reason in politics

What is natural and what is rational in social life? I discuss in Catholic World Report.



Another great article! Was just rereading your work “Against Inclusiveness” all the way down here in Australia and reading excerpts to family and friends. They all nod their heads in agreement with what I read out!

Keep up the great work and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours!

Would you expect other Australians to agree with your family and friends? Here in the US views on current trends are very split. My impression was that elsewhere in the Anglosphere they’re less so, people are more likely to trust the powers that be, but I’m sure it’s complicated.

Rem tene, verba sequentur.

Dear Mr Kalb.

No- our views would certainly not be mainstream by any stretch of the imagination. Public life is very much leftist in its outlook and would adhere to the leftist outlook described in your work and by you elsewhere. There is no “diversity” in the uniformity of the views espoused in the US, Australia and, sadly, the UK (a tragedy given its many fine traditions).