Paul Eidelberg

Paul Eidelberg (Ph.D. University of Chicago) is a political scientist who has authored a trilogy on American statesmanship: The Philosophy of the American Constitution, On the Silence of the Declaration of Independence, and A Discourse on Statesmanship.  He has just completed Rescuing America from Nihilism: A Jewish and Scientific Approach, a book that transcends the dichotomy of Modern and Classical political science. The capstone of this book involves a synthesis of the Creation Narrative of Genesis and scientific cosmology. This synthesis derives support from the Harvard-Smithsonian team of astrophysicists which, on 18 March 20014, confirmed the creation event of Genesis 1:1.



Democracy and morality: ancient and modern
16 Jun 2014 | FEATURES |  
tags: ancient Greece, homosexuality, law and morality
In classical Athens, homosexuality was not banned, but it was generally considered dishonourable.


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