A Politics of Life
Notes Toward the Definition of a Christian Political Sensibility 3
Great historical and cultural transitions are never unprompted ruptures of social order; as a rule, they are the consequences of inexorable processes of internal critique. The generation that brought about the French Revolution may not have foreseen all that might be lost to them in succeeding years, but they knew perfectly well what they were rejecting…
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