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British statesman famous for his oratory


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Levin treads the path already taken by conservative scholars Russell Kirk and Peter Stanlis when he tries to relate Burkean teachings to the present age.
Burkean conservatives ought to take seriously the basic questions behind Maciag's critique concerning the use and appropriation of Burke to modern America.
200) See Cotter, A Burkean Perspective Part II, supra note 199, at 369 (expressing the concepts behind requirements for patent eligibility).
conservative Burkean would agree about which rights are good and which
It is customary to juxtapose dour Burkean conservatism with a dreamy Rousseauvian romanticism.
In the process, he offers a broadly Burkean understanding of what conservatism is.
Sunstein identifies two sub-categories of judicial minimalists: (1) Burkean Minimalists; and (2) Rationalist Minimalists.
In remarks at the 30th anniversary gala of The New Criterion magazine, Henry Kissinger advocated a Burkean approach to foreign policy.
Even as it reinvents itself into a modern, capitalistic economy, the country appears to embrace an even purer form of Burkean conservatism-- a traditionalist culture that predates British rule itself.
Burkean respect for tradition and the concomitant value of intellectual humility are thus equally applicable to the legislature as they are to the judiciary, but these justifications for stare decisis do not apply equally across the plane of precedent.
This Burkean rhetoric, Center argues, had a direct impact on how Ralph Ellison conceived of his aesthetic project and how he wrote The Invisible Man.
But we might think that such influence is justified, or at least tolerable, on Burkean or other grounds that favor the claims of stability over the claims of contemporary values.
Richardson reads the trope of the brain in Keats and Shelley back through a Burkean physiologically-based construction of the sublime and in the historical context of materialist ideas of mind available to both poets.
In "A Rhetorical Journey into Darkness: Crime-Scene Profiling as Burkean Analysis" Jennifer MacLennnan begins with the definition of human beings as symbol using animals and focuses on the concept of motive to understand the behavior of people involved criminal action.
Comparing and contrasting American liberal thinker Thomas Paine's volatile revolutionary idealism with Edmund Burke's staid British devotion to institution building and political moderation, Rae urges "a healthy dose of Burkean realism," lest our passions "lead us dangerously astray.