St. John’s Review

The St. John’s Review

The St. John’s Review exemplifies, encourages, and enhances the disciplined reflection that is nurtured by the St. John’s Program. It does so both through the character most in common among its contributors—their familiarity with the Program and their respect for it—and through the style and content of their contributions. As it represents the St. John’s Program, The Review espouses no philosophical, religious, or political doctrine beyond a dedication to liberal learning, and its readers may expect to find diversity of thought represented in its pages. (Note: The Dean’s Office oversees this publication.)

Most recent issue: Fall 2019–Spring 2020 | Volume 61, Numbers 1 and 2

  • Editor’s Note
    • The Future of The St. John’s Review with Instructions for Current Subscribers
  • Essays
    • Charlotte’s Web for Grownups,” Mera J. Flaumenhaft
    • “More than Human: On Human Divinity in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics,” Jason Menzin
    • “Constructing the World: The Kantian Origin of the Very Idea,” Raoni Padui

See past issues of St. John’s Review on the SJC Digital Archives website.