Category Archives: Philosophy

‘Martin Heideger and the Space of the Political’

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Left-Wing Jewish Philosopher Jason Stanley Responds To His Critics

Rod Dreher blogs: They don’t make Yale philosophy professors like they used to, I reckon. Jason Stanley is the Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy at Yale University. He also deigned to offer his professional Ivy League philosopher’s opinion on reports … Continue reading

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No True Scotsman

I grew up hearing that “no true Christian…” and I got tired of that type of thinking. One thing I liked about Dennis Prager’s worldview was that he never used this logic. As soon as I hear someone taking the … Continue reading

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Jews, Non-Jews & Group Interests

Goy Philosopher emails: I recently discovered your site after listening to an interview you did with Robert Stark. Your take on politics and religion is insightful and honest. I’m a fan! But I have a question. You defend two claims: … Continue reading

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James Kalb: Against Inclusiveness: How the Diversity Regime is Flattening America and the West and What to Do About It

Jared Taylor writes: Against Inclusiveness, by independent scholar James Kalb, is one of the most quietly subversive books to be published in many years. It is perhaps most remarkable for what it takes for granted: Of course race, nation, family, … Continue reading

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