It is rare to find a scholar with a practitioner’s heart. Peter Heslam, though, is as much ‘into’ ideas as
An economic theory of ‘distributism’ is often presented as a Christian ‘third way’ between capitalism and socialism. But is it?
In my interview with Amy Sherman, we explore some of the main themes in her latest book, Kingdom Calling, by
Photo provided by BeckyJohns7 @ Flickr How might we think about the conditions, culture, ideas and possibilities of innovation? How
Communitarianism often informs much of our Western theologies and philosophies of community, society, and notions of social harmony. How might
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The ethics and economics of environmental “sustainability” is a challenging and pressing topic of discussion in U.S. and international politics.
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Does Nietzsche offer a worthwhile critique of the corrupting influence of free-market capitalism? In this interview with Acton University faculty