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  1. In Defense of Religious Liberty

    In Defense of Religious Liberty

    By David Novak

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

  2. Nature's End

    Nature's End

    Richard Sherlock

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price $12.00

    In an age of rapid biological changes brought on by biotechnologies such as stem-cell research, gene therapy, and mood-altering drugs, can human nature still serve as a basis for our moral thinking? This is the question explored by Richard Sherlock in Nature's End: The Theological Meaning of the New Genetics Learn More
  3. Robert Frost

    Robert Frost

    Written by Peter J. Stanlis, foreword by Timothy Steele

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    In Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher, Stanlis shows how Frost’s philosophical dualism of spirit and matter is perceived through metaphors and applied to science, religion, art, education, and society.

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  4. Science, Politics and Gnosticism

    Science, Politics and Gnosticism

    Written by Eric Voegelin, introduction by Ellis Sandoz

    Regular Price: $12.00

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    First published in 1968, Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (1901–85), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. Learn More
  5. The Design of Life

    The Design of Life

    by William A. Dembski and Jonathan Wells

    Regular Price: $35.00

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  6. The End of the Modern World

    The End of the Modern World

    Written by Romano Guardini, foreword by Richard John Neuhaus, introduction by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen

    Regular Price: $14.95

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    “An exceptionally important book for a new millennium.” —First Things

    A new, expanded edition of Romano Guardini’s classic inquiry into the nature of the modern age, featuring the original text of The End of the Modern World as well as the entirety of its explicit sequel, Power and Responsibility.

    “This is not a book to read and then check off one’s list of ‘must reading.’ It is an engagement with a great mind and great spirit who will settle for nothing less than a decision. Upon that decision many other decisions inexorably follow.” —Fr. Richard John Neuhaus

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  7. The First Grace

    The First Grace

    By Russell Hittinger

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    Whether discussing the nature of liberalism, the constitutional and moral problems posed by judicial usurpation, or the dangers of technology, Hittinger convincingly demonstrates that in our post-Christian world it is more crucial than ever that we recover older, wiser notions of the concepts of freedom and law—since to oppose them is to misunderstand both profoundly. Learn More

  8. The Geography of Good and Evil

    The Geography of Good and Evil

    By Andreas Kinneging, edited by Jonathan David Price, translated by Ineke Hardy

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    Do good and evil exist? Absolutely.

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  9. The Great Books

    The Great Books

    By Anthony O'Hear

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    Anyone Can Read the Great Books . . . with a Little Help

    Join the eminent British philosopher Anthony O’Hear on an exhilarating tour through two-and-a-half millennia of great Western literature—works as powerful, thrilling, erotic, politically astute, and awe-inspiring as any modern bestseller.

    “An illuminating, learned, well-written, and entertaining survey of the giants of world literature.”
    Paul Johnson, author of A History of the American People

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  10. The Life of the Mind

    The Life of the Mind

    By James V. Schall, S.J.

    Regular Price: $15.00

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    In The Life of the Mind, Georgetown University’s James V. Schall takes up the task of reminding us that, as human beings, we naturally take a special delight and pleasure in simply knowing. Because we have not only bodies but also minds, we are built to know what is. Learn More

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