My friend Peter Berkowitz, writing at Real Clear Politics, has an essay on a recent commemoration at Yale marking the 60th anniversary of the publication of William F. Buckley's "God & Man at Yale." Much of what Berkowitz writes - and much of what Buckley wrote, is spot-on. But, Berkowitz notes that Buckley complained about both the lack of attention to Hayek and von Mises in the curriculum as well as to the relative absence of any instruction in Christianity. I would only note these these are quite different avenues of learning.
November 7, 2011