How anti-Semites pitted Wittgenstein’s “Jewish mathematicality” against the thought of Heidegger.
Ironists of a vanished empire.
The use of religious terminology, rituals, and theological concepts by nominally atheist groups suggests that they are not quite as distant from traditional theism as they claim.
In a new edition, Jonathan Franzen does little to explain the influence of the Austrian Jewish attack journalist but much to broadcast his own. . .
Whether due to public scorn or intense self-awareness, professional philosophers are catching up with Jews in the propensity for self-deprecation.
“There is nothing paradoxical about disbelieving the historical claim that the Torah was given to Moses from heaven . . . and believing it as a point of faith.”