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Winter 2005

Modern Age

Volume: 47
Number: 1
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.



Solzhenitsyn, Russell Kirk, and the Moral Imagination
Harold Bloom: The Critic as Gnostic
Philosophers for the City: Aristotle and the Telos of Education
Civil Theology in the Gnostic Age: Progress and Regress
Flannery O'Connor's Writings: A Guide for the Perplexed
Walker Percy and Suicide


Where Have the Readers Gone?

Book Reviews

Jerusalem and Athens
Leon Kass, The Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis; Thomas Pangle, Political Philosophy and the God of Abraham
The Need for Self-Scrutiny
Joseph Scotchie, ed., The Paleoconservatives: New Voices of the Old Right; Gregory L. Schneider, ed., Conservatism in America Since 1930
Vico or Nietzsche?
Robert C. Miner, Vico: Genealogist of Modernity
Rethinking East German Education
John Rodden, Repainting the Little Red Schoolhouse: A History of eastern German Education, 1945–1995
Reverence for the Eternal
John M. Rist, Real Ethics: Reconsidering the Foundations of Morality


Idealism and Realism in Politics: A Response to Richard J. Bishirjian's “Origins and End of the New World Order”
Protecting the Environment


North Wind