John Fortescue’s Mosaic constitution and John Selden’s Noahide Laws.
A lesson from the book of Exodus.
The first universal morality.
A new theory of Jewish nationalism promises to be more liberal than the old one. But it profoundly misunderstands Zionism—and liberalism.
No. “IS has been eager to reveal its own thinking. It slaughters for religious reasons.”
Can Israel continue to be both Jewish and democratic? According to Evelyn Gordon, that depends on your definition of democracy. The answer is emphatically yes,. . .
Nazism, writes Daniel Johnson, is best understood as a movement to destroy Western civilization, a goal it shared with Soviet Communism. Too few Europeans understood. . .
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. . .