What Thomism Has to Do With Marx

The following was published on 16 February 2017 by “Fergus Sandyford”. It has been republished on Tradistae not as a full endorsement of its ideas but to provide an archive of the Tradinista project. Alasdair MacIntyre, Ethics in the Conflict of Modernity: An Essay on Desire, Practical Reasoning and Narrative (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016). In a touching passage cited by Augustine, Cicero … Continue reading What Thomism Has to Do With Marx

A Radical Politics of Solidarity in the Age of Abortion

The following was published on 24 January 2017 by “M.W. Lucik”. It has been republished on Tradistae not as a full endorsement of its ideas but to provide an archive of the Tradinista project. To commemorate the March for Life, we are pleased to present a series of essays on the abortion issue, presented from a left Catholic perspective. This is … Continue reading A Radical Politics of Solidarity in the Age of Abortion

Aristotle, Thomas, Marx: A Dialogue

The following was published on 3 January 2017 by “Juan Martinez”. It has been republished on Tradistae not as a full endorsement of its ideas but to provide an archive of the Tradinista project. We are pleased to publish this dialogue on the subject of reconciling Marx with the Aristotelian-Thomist tradition. STEPHANUS: Why do you guys care so much about Marx? Marx … Continue reading Aristotle, Thomas, Marx: A Dialogue

The Tradinista Project: A Brief History

A Brief History of Recent Catholic Political Discourse In the United States, 2016 A.D. was a dramatic year in political history, with a surge of socialist organizing around the Democratic Primary bid of Senator Bernie Sanders and the unexpected election of President Donald Trump. It was also the year when a group of Catholics made … Continue reading The Tradinista Project: A Brief History

The Magisterial Sources of the Tradinista! Manifesto: Part I

The following article was published on 19 October 2016 by the "Tradinista Collective." It has been republished on Tradistae not as a full endorsement of its ideas but to provide an archive of the Tradinista project. The related manifesto is here. The second part is here.  The Magisterial Sources of the Tradinista! Manifesto: Part I Introduction … Continue reading The Magisterial Sources of the Tradinista! Manifesto: Part I