Knippenberg, Joseph M.
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Joseph M. Knippenberg is Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, GA, where he has taught since 1985. He currently sits on the Board of Advisers of the Association for Core Texts and Courses, and the Council of Scholars for the Georgia Center for Opportunity. His articles and essays have appeared in a wide variety of venues, including The Federalist, The Weekly Standard, the Claremont Review of Books, and the Library of Law and Liberty.


C.S. Lewis in a Secular Core: Sex, Love, and That Hideous Strength

For C.S. Lewis, the body and the erotic procreative relationship between men and women are not mere nature, to be manipulated and embellished. They are not mere matter, to be shaped in any way that we please. They are, rather, an indicator of a larger order, something that offers us a clue to that larger order and that has to be understood in the light of it.

Date posted: 2018-08-25

Political Philosophy and the Bathroom Wars

A recent statement by the Attorney General provides a window into the intellectual history surrounding the concept of "human dignity" and the selfhood from which it arises.

Date posted: 2016-06-26