ON HUMANISM & BEING HUMAN
James V. Schall
Man does not make himself. Rather, as Aristotle remarked, he is already man when he begins to wonder what he is and why he is as he is.
Chene Richard Heady
A review of G.K. Chesterton: A Biography
John C. Chalberg
Review of The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton: Volume XX
ON THE LOSS OF CATHOLIC IDENTITY
Marian E. Crowe
UNDENOMINATIONAL RELIGION & OTHER FOLLIES
Jean Bethke Elshtain
James J. Thompson Jr.
Although Chesterton cultivated a streak of romanticism and delighted in excursions into fantasyland, the source and inspiration for distributism lay elsewhere.
Review of The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton; Vol. I and Vintage Muggeridge edited by Geoffrey Barlow
GKC won not only a popular following but also the respect and admiration — if not always the agreement — of serious intellectual and literary figures of his time.
- Karl Keating