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The Reverend James V. Schall, SJ, Professor Emeritus of Politics at Georgetown University, now resides in California. Among his many books are Political Philosophy and Revelation, At the Limits of Political Philosophy, Reasonable Pleasures, and The Order of Things. He writes regularly for online journals such as The Catholic Thing and Catholic World Report.

Recent Articles by James V. Schall

  • The moral dimension of work

    "The moral foundation of political economy,” to use Lord Acton’s phrase, rests on the connection of liberty with right, of right with duty, of duty with leisure and delight, and of all wi

  • How do we help the poor?

    Bernard de Mandeville (1670–1733) famously (or infamously) suggested that the cause of wealth is vice. If everyone were perfect, Mandeville thought, no one would demand anything.