On ugliness and nobility in terror
Bernard-Henri Lévy draws from the well of late-18th-century French philosopher Chateaubriand for a broad defense of the aesthetics and morals of liberalism
Bernard-Henri Lévy attacked during a speech in the Serbian capital
Someone is trying to use email to blackmail me. Nothing can be done about it.
The case of Judith Clark
The presidential debate pitted an outdated, ‘tough-guy’ version of masculinity against the modern era, which is upon us anyway
How virulent contagions of political fanaticism spread across the globe—or, what the Muslim Brotherhood and its descendants share with The Little Red Book
Why the Democratic presidential nominee’s steadfast nonideological wonkiness is less about her, and more about us
The unfathomable harbinger of doomsday? Or just a political blip?
A scholar discovers a hidden text by the great American author of ‘Song of Myself.’ But can the celebrated democrat survive the politics of 21st-century academia?