The Corner

Reading Between the Lines

This, by a young scholar/activist from the University of Calgary, Alberta, is a pretty good satire of the sorts of conversations Straussians get into. Of course, the fact that I am endorsing a satire against Straussians is prima facie evidence that I am secretly a Straussian, so let me declare that I am a 100 percent Straussian — so you know I’m not!

(The young woman who wrote the satire has also written a post titled “Persecution and the Art of Tweeting.”)

PS. Here’s another delightful take on Strauss.

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