M. D. Aeschliman

M. D. Aeschliman (Ph.D., Columbia) has written for National Review since 1984 and has taught at universities in the United States, Switzerland, and Italy. His father, Adrien R. Aeschliman, saw frontline combat against the Japanese in 1944–45 in New Guinea and the Philippines in the 32nd Infantry Division, one of the most battle-hardened divisions of the U.S. Army in any theater of operations in World War II.

M. D. Aeschliman is an emeritus professor of education at Boston University and is retiring after nearly 25 years of teaching Anglophone culture at the University of Italian Switzerland (Lugano). The new edition of his The Restoration of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Continuing Case Against Scientism has just been published by Discovery Institute Press and will also be out shortly in French (Paris: Pierre Téqui).