From Plato to Nato by David Gress
For years now, we have been told by fashionable professors that ours is a postmodern age, an era in which every timeless “truth” has been proved relative and there is no longer any overarching meaning to be found in the record of human experience.
About the Author
Wilfred M. McClay, who holds the SunTrust Chair of Excellence in the Humanities at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, contributed “Is Conservatism Finished?” to the January COMMENTARY. His latest book is Figures in the Carpet: Finding the Human Person in the American Past.