New Books, 12/31/18

Edward Feser’s new book on natural philosophy/philosophy of science.

Michael Brendand Dougherty’s letters to his Irish father.

The ethics of St. Thomas.

Domenico Losurdo’s study of democratic authoritarianism.

Stop Mugging Grandma: Why Boomer Blaming Won’t Solve Anything.

A new edition of one of the founding works of Chinese legalism, The Book of Lord Shang.

Fr. Bede Jarrett, O.P.’s life of St. Dominic.

Protestantism and State Formation in Postrevolutionary Oaxaca.

Bernard McGinn’s biography of the Summa theologiae.

To Stir a Restless Heart: Thomas Aquinas and Henri de Lubac on Nature, Grace, and the Desire for God.

Hütter on Aquinas on Transubstantiation.

Hütter on Aquinas on Beatitude.

Some selected essays by Carl Schmitt.

To Save the Country: a lost treatise on martial law by Lincoln’s expert on the law of war, Francis Lieber.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer in the state of exception.

Ben Shapiro’s book on Judeo-Christian Values.

The Future is Asian.

A critical edition of the Hibernensis, the longest and most comprehensive canon-law text to have circulated in Carolingian Europe: volume 1 and volume 2.

An introduction to Hans Urs von Balthasar.