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Scott Yenor

Scott Yenor is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Boise State university. He teaches political science philosophy and has also published on a variety of subjects, including the Scottish Enlightenment, the philosophic status of revealed religion, American literature, and the family in modern political thought.

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Civility and Its Limits
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: July 31, 2017
This article appeared in: Volume XVII, Number 3, Summer 2017

We're all on the same team.

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Orestes Brownson's Republican Remedies
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: June 28, 2017
For religion to flourish in a modern democracy, certain conditions are required. ...
 
Making Christianity Safe for Democracy
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: February 2, 2017
This article appeared in: Volume XVII, Number 1, Winter 2016/17

The tendency to subordinate religion to democracy may not prove irresistible.

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Up from Polygamy
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: July 11, 2016
odern feminism’s leading thinkers believe their core project is to expose the ancient “myths” that guide our thinking about men, women, and families. In The Second Sex (1949) Simone de Beauvoir identified the “feminine myth” that women and men have different disposition...
 
A CRB Discussion of Theodore Roosevelt
By: Robert W. Patterson, Scott Yenor, Jean M. Yarbrough, Ronald J. Pestritto
Posted: July 1, 2013
In the Winter 2012/13 CRB, R.J. Pestritto reviewed Jean Yarbrough's Theodore Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition. We are fortunate that Prof. Yarbrough, the Gary M. Pendy Professor of Social Sciences at Bowdoin College, and Dr. Pestritto, dean of Hillsdale Col...
 
All the Progressives' Men
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: October 3, 2011
This article appeared in: Vol. XI, Number 3 - Summer 2011

Reading the American Presidents Series.

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A New Deal for Roosevelt
By: Scott Yenor
Posted: January 26, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 1 - Winter 2006/07

The presidency of FDR, from the perspective of the post-Reagan era.

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