On America’s pastime.

The limits of reason, from Bollywood to Isaiah Berlin.

On converting to Catholicism (or Straussianism).

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: Parmenides, politics, polyphony, and more.

A new understanding of digital hatred.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: bobos, babies, breakthroughs, and more.

On honesty as an act of love.

On the founding and future of The Harper Review.

Europe’s attempt to wash its hands of dirty farmers.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: Civil War, suppression, sacraments, and more.

On taking a leap of faith.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: chess, church, the Constitution, and more.

Bringing LGBT Catholics under the Church’s social contract.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: digitalization, democracy, divinity, and more.

Which truth?

On children’s natural nose for lies.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: revolution, radiation, readership, and more.

A critique of commodified resistance.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: Martin Scorsese, marketplaces, the Meiji era, and more.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: SpaceX, the Second Amendment, shoulder pads, and more.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: mystique, marriage, mania, and more.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: fortitude, flourishing, free speech, and more.

On what remembering is for.

November 13, 2019

On remembering that you’re stronger than you seem.

The Harper Review’s weekly newsletter: humanities, Heidegger, hate, and more.

The ethics of artificially intelligent weapons.