- Faith and doubt in the films of Martin Scorsese, by Filip Mazurczak. Catholic World Report 02/24/17.
- Two citations from Von Balthasar and Benedict XVI on Anti-Semitism Sancrucensis 11/16/16.
- Anything Dennett Can Do, Scruton Does Meta Standpoint March 2017. Adam Zeman reviews Roger Scruton's On Human Nature (Princeton UP, 2017).
- The great debunking by Mene Ukueberuwa. The New Criterion December 2016. A review of The Shipwrecked Mind: On Political Reaction by Mark Lilla.
- Trump & Credibility, by Mike LaBossiere. Talking Philosophy 01/27/17. An examination of the POTUS's "routine embrace of the untrue."
- By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed: A Catholic Defense of the Death Penalty, forthcoming from Dr. Edward Feser and Joseph Bessette:
... This timely work recovers, and calls for a revival of, the Catholic tradition of support for capital punishment. Drawing upon a wealth of philosophical, scriptural, theological, and social scientific arguments, the authors show that it is the perennial and irreformable teaching of the Church that capital punishment can in principle be legitimate -not only to protect society from immediate physical danger, but also for purposes such as retributive justice and deterrence.
- The Wall Street Journal on Robert George’s Conservative Thinking in the Age of Trump 02/24/17.