Articles of Note

In the 1960s and '70s, Habermas, Rorty, and their generation of philosophers focused almost exclusively on language. A singular exception: Foucault, who matters now more than ever... more »

New Books

Gay Talese’s eye for detail has made him a legend. But his obsession with observation can preclude deeper insights... more »

Essays & Opinions

Hypocrisy is a limited measure of moral failing. It doesn't test for goodness, badness, efficacy, or intention. If the goal is less to be consistent than to be better, we need a more exacting metric... more »