It's a truism that people are conservative about what they know best. Which is why people who know nothing are the ideal liberals.
Systemic racism. What, like the minimum wage?
Neither causality nor purpose are intelligible without the element of chance, AKA holy happenstance; without it, what is, is.
Surprise must be a primordial category, contained eminently in God. Without it, creation is a machine and art an algorithm. Determinism is absolute boredom.
For a child, an immutable parent would constitute the ultimate nightmare. It is a living death.
The message of the internally related Trinity: don't absolutize the Absolute.
Logic is circular. But there are larger and smaller circles, not to mention a sphere.
Traces of spirit etched in time. Metahistory and history.
Knowledge is the conquest of ignorance, wisdom its restoration.
Let's start with what we don't know. It's the first step to sanity.
Tradition is an ensemble of successful adaptations and solutions to problems we no longer remember precisely because they were successful. Which is why solutions proposed by the left are predicated on not understanding the problem.
Intelligence is the power without which humans are deprived access to whole worlds, including the most interesting material ones.
Political correctness is a declaration of war by omniscience on curiosity.
Virtue signaling alerts us to toxic narcissism and dangerous psychopathy. Understood this way, the snake's rattle is a courtesy.
A wise man said that without God, even truth is an idol. Which is why the first commandment precedes the second and third. No God, no truth, all vanity.
To be the man you gotta beat The Man. Or god and God, in the case of the left.