One of the crucial functions of a society’s intellectual leadership is to articulate the meaning of important cultural events, to guide the public in understanding their significance. The 50th anniversary of man’s first. . .
What was Ayn Rand really like? Leonard Peikoff, her longtime student and friend, has said that he would often tell people: “Read her novels; she was everything their creator would have to be.” But with the 1995. . .
The “new atheists” and the “intellectual dark web” are two of the most interesting circles of thinkers to have emerged in the last fifteen years. In the overlap between the two circles, there is a small cadre of. . .