The French Election and Europe’s Post-Historical Collapse

(Emmanuel Dunand/AFP)

While I was always a philosopher, I was originally a fairly apolitical one, and it was my first year in France that awoke the political part of my being, for I saw all around me where socialism, oikophobia, and multiculturalism were leading.”

Read more

College Protests and the Limits of Virtue

(Spencer Platt/Getty)

That is, virtuous striving now is something that seeks to turn our social paradigm on its head.

Read more

Islam and the West: Culturally and Theologically Divided

Painting from the Istanbul Museum of the History of Science & Technology in Islam

“The cultural and theological division between Islam and the West is real, and these differences in religious philosophies play themselves out in a very concrete way in the modern world, just as they have in the past and will continue to do in the future.”

Read more

What One Must Understand about the New Israel War

A banned pro-Palestine demonstration in Berlin, Germany on October 15th. (Paul Zinken/picture alliance/Getty Images)

The ‘peace process’ and the ‘two-state solution’ are other thought clichés that must be questioned because ultimately whoever speaks of these, or even more generally of a ‘political settlement,’ has not understood the conflict at all.”

Read more