No longer an amoral, conniving minister who orchestrated More’s death after he failed to break him, Mantel's new Cromwell is a visionary statesman.
Fresh commentary on some of the most important books in law, politics, and culture.
The Metamorphoses of the City of God displays Gilson turning his attention to European issues through Augustine's City of God.
How can Frank be so optimistic about “the people” despite his familiarity with their right-wing bigotry?
What might a civilization look like where the founding myth has the world created from the dismembered body of a murder victim?
Our understanding of how religious beliefs shape economic life and ideas remains fragile, tentative, and heavily driven by speculation and ideology.
Addressing stagnation will require government intervention, but of a highly selective kind aimed at spurring innovation.
As long as humans are human, some people will behave badly in business. But no cure should be worse than the sickness.
Andrea Grosso Ciponte’s Freiheit! reveals the limits of Hitler comparisons.
Jordan Peterson has written a Nicomachean Ethics for our day, when pernicious ideologies drown out the voice of nature.
Once you create a picture of a world in which unalloyed good hangs by a thread in the face of an alien evil, you are already boarding Flight 93.
Everyone has a reason to be depressed but not everyone is depressed, even if his reason to be depressed is very strong.
From what might have been a mere jeu d’esprit, Gueniffey has conjured a beautiful and profound reflection on the meanings of heroism.
The woke capital issue is about whether to politicize all areas of life or to maintain a line between public and private.
Trueman deftly traces the sources of the inward, emotive, and poetic self in the modern Western social imaginary.
Root's focus on Douglass' constitutional views will help popularize the interpretation of the Constitution as an anti-slavery document.
Barruel’s conspiracy of the Enlightenment has become a regrettable genre of conservative Catholic commentary.
While the other Trotskyites tried to ban talk of UFOs from their conferences, Posadas found in aliens the true great leap forward.
The biggest mistake of all would be to think conflict will subside in the absence of Trump.