Tag Archives: Jim Kalb


Paleo Retiree writes: Razib’s blogging is now to be found here. “Rescuing the female body from commercialization and commodification is one of the great tasks that lies before our civilization,” writes Lloyd Fonvielle. Read our interview with Lloyd here. Is … Continue reading

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Diversity Update

Paleo Retiree writes: We here at UR enjoy tracking and marveling at the phenomenon of Diversity. What an overwhelming spectacle it has become, and what a lot of cultural and political energy it has attracted and absorbed. How to account … Continue reading

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Quote Du Jour

Paleo Retiree writes: From an excellent essay by traditionalist conservative Jim Kalb: What allows the managerial liberal regime to function are habits of loyalty and sacrifice, and understandings of natural goods and purposes, which it continually undermines and cannot justify … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: An excellent argument for Slow Food (as well as for Slow Eating). Dark Enlightenment Link Du Jour. Jim Kalb, whose take on things is trad-Catholic, is often great. Here’s his book. At the old blog, I did … Continue reading

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Jim Kalb on the 1960s

Paleo Retiree writes: Jim Kalb’s recent piece about the 1960s is an enlightening one, even for a reader with no interest in the Catholic angle. Great passage: The ‘60s claimed to be about liberation. In fact, they were much more about the … Continue reading

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