Politics, aesthetics, and tradition.
How the Bible and Plato can prepare us for the high-tech future.
So suggests a recent guide “to humane, balanced, and rational thinking.”
The philosopher believed the Jews were guilty of “self-annihilation.”
He believed the Jews were to blame for their fate.
An impressive new book explores how a community rooted in faith and law has grappled with the preeminent classical rationalist.
Rather than reject Nietzsche’s ideas, he seems to have incorporated them into his own.
Faith in honest doubt.
Martin Heidegger, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Leo Strauss.
Two college professors were intrigued by the restlessness of their students. In a new book, they trace where it comes from and what it means for young Americans today.
A new book argues that the Hebrew Bible has a distinct and consistent intellectual tradition. The author joins us to explain.
Reason met revelation in Athens as well as Jerusalem.
Unambiguously and unashamedly Jewish.
A renaissance of Jewish theology.