The dangers of postmodern strategy.
From Emmanuel Levinas to Jonathan Sacks.
Leo Strauss, Benedict Spinoza, and Orthodoxy.
The Jewish story of redemption doesn’t just involve enduring suffering, but actually imposes obligations.
Defending Israeli archaeology from perverse slanders.
Meet José Faur.
Paul Mason’s Clear, Bright Future is neither clear nor especially bright.
Postmodern subjectivity combined with utopianism.
In praise of Hershel Shanks.
Is “conservative postmodernism” the answer?
Many view postmodern skepticism as profoundly threatening to religious belief. Rav Shagar saw it as liberating and enriching. Was he right?
No, but it’s great for anti-Semites.
Out of the pages of history, the distinguished scholar and essayist Gertrude Himmelfarb offers intellectual, moral, and political aid for our time.
An effective response to hatred is the unapologetic embrace of one’s own identity.