I have yet to read anything by Anthony Esolen that I did not love. No exception here!
The young person who is steeped in history will be armed against the latest fashions in What Everybody Knows. He’ll understand, if but intuitively, that a study conducted by an eel, in the pot of eels, on the habits of the other eels, is going to be of limited applicability to raccoons foraging freely over the woods. Read the rest at The Imaginative Conservative.