Another article generously published by Social Matter, here I discuss a form of argumentation that was brought to my attention by Brett Stevens. We can argue for Tradition based upon many things, among them an objective morality and a practical functionality. But just as valid would be an argument from objective beauty. By affirming aesthetics as a manifestation of real rather than perceived beauty, a devastating critique of the left’s ugliness can be lodged. Hold up a mirror and expose the unsightly nature of the enemy.
Warning that the banner image will be distressing to most, but I think Hadley had good reason for choosing it, which is explained in the article itself. Make the leftists show their cards, don’t allow them to hide,