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Donald Livingston is a former Professor of Philosophy at Emory University with an "expertise in the writings of David Hume." In 2003, he and Clyde Wilson founded the Abbeville Institute, which is devoted to the study of Southern culture and political ideas.
ARTICLES BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR:
The American "Civil War" and the Tower of Babel
Secession and American Republicanism
Is America a “Republic”?
David Hume: Historian
What Is Wrong With Ideology?
The Declaration of Independence and Philosophic Superstitions
The Natural History of the Night Watchman State
Aristotelian Worms in the Leviathan
Republicanism, Monarchy, and the Human Scale of Politics
The Ancestry and Legacy of the Philosophes
Communitarians, Liberals, and Other Enemies of Community and Liberty
A “Containment Policy” for the New Cold War
Diseconomies of Scale
We Are All Immigrants Now
"Dedicated to the Proposition"
The Litmus Test for American Conservatism
Barbecue Shacks, Palmetto Groves, and Other Schools
A Bad Lie
The Strange Career of Individualism
M.E. Bradford and the Barbarism of Reflection
Decentralists or D.C. Centralists?
One Nation Divisible
One Nation Indivisible
David Hume and American Liberty