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Ivan Kenneally

Ivan Kenneally is a writer living in Rochester, New York. He was formerly an assistant professor of political science at the Rochester Institute of Technology.


In The New Atlantis


The Technocratic American University

Number 26 ~ Fall 2009 - Winter 2010

Technocracy and Populism

Number 24 ~ Spring 2009

The Prudence of Neuroscience

Number 21 ~ Summer 2008

Other Publications


  • “Liberalism and the Question of Competence,” First Things Online, June 2, 2010
  • “Post-Racial Immigration Quandary,” Washington Times, May 14, 2010
  • “Cartesian Public Relations and Modern Science,” Postmodern Conservative, March 10, 2010
  • “American Democracy and Technology,” The Good Society, 2010
  • “The Climate E-mails and the Politics of Science,” TheNewAtlantis.com, November 24, 2009
  • “Absolutism in Disguise,” Weekly Standard, November 2, 2009
  • “Benedict XVI, Economist,” First Things Online, August 21, 2009
  • “The Shamelessness of Obamacare,” National Review Online, August 14, 2009
  • “The Public Option,” National Review Online, August 12, 2009
  • “Chantal Delsol: Christian Moral Realism and Universalism, Properly Understood,” Perpsectives on Political Science, Summer 2009
  • “Reason, Revelation, and American Theocracy Rightly Understood,” First Principles, July 17, 2009
  • “Review of The Skies of Babylon by Barry Bercier,” Society, July 2009
  • “Technocracy, Populism, and the New Ideology,” First Principles, March 6, 2009
  • “An American Declaration of Christmas,” Culture11, December 25, 2008
  • “Thanksgiving,” Culture11, November 2008
  • “Sarah Palin versus the Intellectuals,” Culture11, November 2008
  • “The Case for McCain as Adult-in-Chief,” Ashbrook Center, October 2008
  • “PowerPointing the Way to the End of Teaching,” Culture11, October 2008
  • “Review of Homeless and at Home in America by Peter A. Lawler,” Society, September 2008
  • “Neuroscience and the Poetry of the Soul,” Culture11, September 2008
  • “Peter Lawler’s ‘Faith-Based Straussianism’ and the Science of Theology,” Perpsectives on Political Science, Summer 2008
  • “Introduction to Symposium on Peter Lawler’s Homeless and at Home in America,” Perpsectives on Political Science, Summer 2008
  • “The Spitzer Scandal: Tragedy and Prudence in the Age of the Technocrat,” Ashbrook Center, March 2008
  • “The Use and Abuse of Utopianism,” Perspectives on Political Science, Summer 2007
  • Review of Manliness, Perspectives on Political Science, Spring 2006