William T. Braithwaite is Associate Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago.
This collection reflects the extraordinary career of the man it honors in its variety of subjects and range of scholarship. Mortimer Adler proposes six amendments to the Constitution. Paul Eidelberg surveys the rise of secularism from Socrates to Machiavelli. Hellmut Fritzsche, a physicist, catalogs some famous scientific mistakes. David Grene (Anastaplo’s dissertation advisor) looks at Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure as “mythological history.”