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Toward a Thoughtful Conservatism
It can be difficult to find sources of inspiration or aspiration if your feel at all friendly to aspects of conservative thinking these days, especially if you want better intellectual resources for political conservatism. Part of the challenge is figuring out what one wants to conserve, and what might be involved in developing an intellectually grounded view about how to go about conserving it. It is hard to know how to build bridges in thought and policy toward fruitful and reasonable compromise, how relations between people and ideas can help, where and why to draw lines, and how to find place for tradition in a complex and shifting social and political situation. Edmund Burke—the late 18th century Irish writer and political thinker poised between the American Revolution (which he supported) and the French Revolution (which he did not)—drew on philosophically informed historical understanding to develop strands of thought and argument that can help. David Brooks and Candace Vogler will lead a series of webinar conversations focused on the first part of Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France at 1 PM EDT May 25th, June 1st and June 8th aimed at using Burke as an aid in moving toward a thoughtful conservatism.
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