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Peter Stanlis

Peter Stanlis
Peter J. Stanlis (1920-2011) was Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Rockford College. A leading interpreter of the political philosophy of Edmund Burke, Dr. Stanlis also wrote extensively on Robert Frost, including Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher (ISI Books) and Robert Frost: The Individual and Society (Rockford College Press).
Edmund Burke
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I. Burke's Legal Erudition Edmund Burke (1729–1797), was born and grew up in Dublin, Ireland, and even before he graduated from Trinity College in 1749, his father, Richard Burke, registered him as a...
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The American Republic: Its Constitution, Tendencies, and Destiny, by Orestes A. Brownson,  It is always a great intellectual...
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The philosophical roots of modern political conservatism extend back over many generations through Burke and the natural law to the Middle Ages and classical antiquity. This meant that in every historical epoch in Western civil society...
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Robert Frost William H. Pritchard's book, Frost: A Literary Life Reconsidered (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984), is an important milestone in scholarship and criticism of Robert Frost—as a man and a...
Robert Frost
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James E. Person, Jr. interviews Peter J. Stanlis Peter Stanlis’s groundbreaking work, Edmund Burke and the Natural Law (1958), forever changed the way scholars view Burke's work. Mr. Stanlis (1919-2011) placed Burke firmly in the tradition of Western...