Those interested in J.H. Newman, Aristotle, and traditional theory will enjoy the new ANAMNESIS essay, “J.H. Newman and the Aristotelian Structure of Traditions.” In this fine piece, Professor Dwight Lindley III, demonstrates Cardinal John Henry Newman’s debt to Aristotle in developing his “epistemology of tradition.” Those who enjoy Newman, the famed Anglican convert to Roman Catholicism, and/or who are interested in the foundations of traditionalist theory, will find great value here. As a bonus, Lindley also shows the influence of Newman’s Aristotelian traditionalism on the work of Alasdair MacIntyre.

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My name is Peter Haworth, and I am an independent scholar living in Phoenix, Arizona. I received my Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University in 2008, and I am currently working on various writing projects in American Political Thought. My interests include American Political Development, Traditionalist Thought, Constitutional Law, Southern Americana, Virtue Ethics, Natural Law, Political Theology, and many other topics within the history of political theory. With me in Phoenix is my darling wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Puckett Haworth of Columbus, Mississippi and our son, Peter Randolph Augustine Haworth. My hobbies include voracious reading, minimal gun collecting, and dreaming about our future farm that might be located somewhere in beautiful Mississippi.