Blog Bernard Aubry

http://www.apr-strasbourg.org/membre/2054/aubry-bernard/

Lire notamment  la note du 3 juin 2020 sur Le service public en quête de sens : Saphir - une histoire singulière:

https://www.apr-strasbourg.org/prospective/uploads/2020/06/Saphir_3juin_2020-1.pdf

Association Voir et dire ce que l'on voit

L'association VOIR ET DIRE CE QUE L'ON VOIT a été créée en réaction à la dérive d’un débat d'idées de plus en plus souvent menacé par la judiciarisation.

http://www.voir-et-dire.fr/435089227

Le site de Michel Louis Lévy

http://www.cdweb.com/mll/

Site de l'association de prospective rhénane

Femming Rose

https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/how-defend-tolerance

Blog George J. Borjas : LaborEcon

https://gborjas.org/

Law & Liberty

https://lawliberty.org/

Law & Liberty’s focus is on the classical liberal tradition of law and political thought and how it shapes a society of free and responsible persons. This site brings together serious debate, commentary, essays, book reviews, interviews, and educational material in a commitment to the first principles of law in a free society. Law & Liberty considers a range of foundational and contemporary legal issues, legal philosophy, and pedagogy.

UnHerd

https://unherd.com/

Mission Statement

As you may have guessed from our strange spelling, UnHerd aims to do two things: to push back against the herd mentality with new and bold thinking, and to provide a platform for otherwise unheard ideas, people and places.

We think this approach is more needed than ever. Societies across the West are divided and stuck, and the established media is struggling to make sense of what’s happening. The governing ideologies of the past generation are too often either unquestioningly defended or rejected wholesale.

It’s easy and safe to be in one or other of these two camps – defensive liberal or angry reactionary - but UnHerd is trying to do something different, and harder.

We want to be bold enough to identify those things that have been lost, as well as gained, by the liberal world order of the past thirty years; but we strive to be always thoughtful rather than divisive.

We are not aligned with any political party, and the writers and ideas we are interested in come from both left and right traditions. But we instinctively believe that the way forward will be found through a shift of emphasis: towards community not just individualism, towards responsibilities as well as Rights, and towards meaning and virtue over shallow materialism.

Welcome to UnHerd. We hope you find something that makes you think again.