The Centrality of the Good: Reflections on Politics and Being

This book presents an examination of objective good, its priority over right, and its place as the central principle upon which both universal right and true political activity are based. From this the inward nature of politics is thus reconsidered, severing the political act from its false dependence on power and interest, and rehabilitating our vision of politics through a return to its essence in the Good in-itself and the principles of natural law and natural right.