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Volume 43, Nos. 2–4 (Fall 2004)

Contents

Review 29 August 2004
Conservatives and the Environmental Question
by Tobias Lanz
Hard Green: Saving the Environment from the Environmentalists; A Conservative Manifesto by Peter Huber. Basic Books (New York, New York), 224 pp., $15.00 paper, 1999. The Greening of Conservative America by John R. E. Bliese. Westview Press (Boulder, Colorado), 339 pp., $33.00 paper, 2001.
Essay 29 August 2004
A Conversation with Joseph Pearce
by James E. Person, Jr.
Review 29 August 2004
Behold the Reign of Man!
by Thomas F. Bertonneau
Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt: Toward a Secular Theocracy by Paul Gottfried. University of Missouri Press (Columbia and London) 158 pp., $34.95 cloth, 2002.
Review 29 August 2004
The Philosopher Poet
by Paul A. Cantor
Of Philosophers and Kings: Political Philosophy in Shakespeare’s Macbeth and King Lear by Leon Harold Craig. University of Toronto Press (Toronto, Canada), 406 pp., $29.95 paper, 2001.

Also in this Issue

Editors’ Note | 3

A Man for All Seasons

dramatic dialogue as “a dyadic nonlinear feedback system” | 10

Shakespeare’s Twenty-First-Century Economics, by Frederick Turner
reviewed by R. V. Young

shakespeare as guide to the christian life | 15

The Trial of Man: Christianity and Judgment in the World of Shakespeare, by Craig Bernthal
reviewed by Jim Bond

speaking of shakespeare: G. K. Chesterton and the Wealth of being | 20

Chesterton on Shakespeare, by Dorothy Collins
reviewed by David M. Whalen

Frivolity and seriousness: auden on Shakespeare | 25

Lectures on Shakespeare, by W. H. Auden, reconstructed and edited by Arthur Kirsch
reviewed by Amy Fahey

the history of a mind | 42

A Mind’s Matter: An Intellectual Autobiography, by Stanley L. Jaki
reviewed by D. J. Mullan

“the feminine mistake” | 47

Forced Labor, by Brian C. Anderson
Feminist Fantasies, by Phyllis Schlafly
reviewed by Noel Black

a different kind of skeptic | 52

The Sense of Beauty, by George Santayana,
with a new introduction by John McCormick
reviewed by James Seaton

On Essays and Letters | 63

“Unlike the Spider in the Window: ‘To Chuse, is to Do’ ”
by James V. Schall, S.J.

REFLECTIONS
The Newsletter of the Edmund Burke Society

Essay | 67

Burke or Rousseau? The Meiji Constitution in Early Modern Japan
by Hiro Aida

Review: The Situation of Man | 71

Edmund Burke of Beaconsfield, by Elizabeth Lambert
reviewed by John Faulkner

Essay: history and place | 76

 by Joseph T. Stuart

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