Strauss, Spinoza, and Sinai.
A Yale political scientist joins us to talk about esoteric writing and how to understand its relation to politics.
Why stop at saying that belief is just as rational as unbelief?
Martin Heidegger, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Leo Strauss.
What Albert Murray shared with the German political philosopher.
“You should” will never be as compelling as “you must.”
Leo Strauss on “Religion and the Commonweal.”
Tenet and the tenets of progressivism.
Is there anything distinctively Jewish about the philosopher’s thinking?
Ben-Gurion, Strauss, and Soloveitchik.
Promoting philosophy while giving political society and revelation their due.
A letter from 1956.