Ethical Culture’s new problems, and its old ones.
The Marcionite legacy.
It’s not about the tension between human moral sensibilities and divine command.
As the latest attempt to draw universal ethical principles from the Bible shows, philosophical investigation of its text offers the prospect of great rewards—and grave dangers.
The brilliant and much-maligned political philosopher Leo Strauss has often been painted by his detractors as a reactionary warmonger. In a recent book, Robert Howse. . .
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