A new study of Ray Bradbury reminds us how much the author of Farenheit 451 believed in humanity.
Rémi Brague explains why the Romans’ inferiority before the Greeks was so important to European culture.
Slavoj Zizek discusses migration, PC and the crisis of European values.
What history can and can’t tell us about Shakespeare’s continued resonance.
Philosopher Bryan Magee embraces the unanswerability of those ultimate questions.
Must-reads from the past week
The new concise edition of Mick Hume’s Trigger Warning is a call to arms.
Edward Wilson-Lee talks Shakespeare in East Africa.
In Shakespeare’s most famous character, Hegel saw a tragic disgust with existence.
It took the likes of Herder and Schlegel to grasp the brilliance of Shakespeare’s tragic vision.