Monthly Archives: February 2013

About LEO STRAUSS AND HIS LEGACY, A BIBLIOGRAPHY, edited by John A. Murley

This collection, LEO STRAUSS AND HIS LEGACY, A BIBLIOGRAPHY, edited by John A. Murley (of the Rochester Institute of Technology), was published by Lexington Books in 2005. This volume includes the bibliography of Leo Strauss (pp. 1-14), the bibliography of … Continue reading

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Xenophon’s Alcibiades and Pericles on the Question of Law, with Applications to the Polity of the United States

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Letter to the Editor, Re: Trauma Center Controversy at the University of Chicago

February 8, 2013 To: The Editors The Maroon The University of Chicago Re: Trauma Center Controversy at the University of Chicago Should not our self-interest, as well as our sense both of compassion and of honor, move us to make … Continue reading

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Further Thoughts on Abraham Lincoln: A Discourse on Chance and Public Life

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Glimpses of Responses to the Troubling Heidegger Dalliance with the Nazis

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A Letter to the Editor Regarding 2000 Election

Chicago, Illinois November 10, 2000 To the Editor: It is possible that our Presidential contest will remain “undecided” for weeks to come, partly because of uncertainties in Florida. If (a big “if”) prolongation of this standoff threatens to damage the … Continue reading

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The Primary Adult Education Mission, at the University of Chicago, of the Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults

George Anastaplo Prologue                   My remarks on this occasion are dedicated to the memory of Herman Sinaiko (1929-2011), an esteemed colleague in the Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults and evidently the last active tenured College teacher in the … Continue reading

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