The Case For Conservatism

I’ve had my differences with Maverick Philosopher Bill Vallicella over the past few years — he can be an obstinate cuss, and we have divergent views on a variety of topics. But I’ve always admired his intelligence, scholarship, and the quality of his writing — and joining the conversation at his philosophical salon has appreciably broadened my perspective.

Today he has put up an outstanding post on what, in his view, it means to be a conservative. I find little to disagree with. Read it here.

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