‘Yeah, Yeah’: Eulogy for Sidney Morgenbesser, Philosopher With a Yiddish Accent

As his 10th yahrzeit nears, a remembrance of Sidney the teacher, Sidney the humorist, Sidney the arguer, Sidney the Jew

A Great Thinker Rediscovers His Judaism on the Day of Atonement

Jewish philosopher Franz Rosenzweig was set to convert to Christianity a century ago. Yom Kippur services changed his mind.

Jacques Derrida’s Life as an Algerian Jew Revealed in Newly Translated Bio

The philosopher’s influential legacy is reshaped by the part of his life story that is often overlooked

A Philosopher of Small Things

A new book on ‘antiphilosophy’ revives interest in Lev Shestov, a seminal but largely forgotten thinker

Camus the Jew

Albert Camus, who died an atheist at 46, had surprisingly deep ties to Judaism in his life, his political activity, and his philosophical thought

Re-remembering Yerushalmi

Reflections on a former professor and his posthumous fiction debut

Taking Stock

In a new memoir, philosopher Stanley Cavell reflects on what it means to be alone

Halevi Versus Maimonides

Two authors contrast the outlooks of their subjects

A Skeptic’s Skeptic

A new biography takes a look at Derrida’s philosophy of disillusionment

‘The Leviathan,’ in Hebrew

Hobbes classic gets its first full Hebrew translation

The Storm Called Progress

Benjamin, Scholem, Rosenzweig and the Angel of History

The Angel of History

A new volume of Hannah Arendt’s writing sheds light on the persistence of anti-Semitism

Free Radical

Baruch Spinoza inspired Rebecca Goldstein. So why is she out to betray him?

A Seder in Sulaymaniyah

How the story of Passover resounds in northern Iraq

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