“Liberalism’s great success is that it isn’t actively thought of as an ideology of high moral principles; more or less, it isn’t thought of at all. Instead, it informs the thoughts and actions of individuals so comprehensively that its tenets have come to be viewed as givens, as factual and irreplaceable as the air we breathe. As Deneen notes, the prospect of conceiving life without the assumptions of liberalism is for most Americans as implausible as living on Mars.”

It’s easy to embrace liberalism as a philosophy that is compatible with the Aristotelian-Thomistic concept of eudaimonia. All that’s necessary is a deeply flawed understanding of liberalism and a counterfeit…

Read it all: Your-Daimonia is Not Eudaimonia: A Response to Robert Miller

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