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by | Jul 1, 2013

LESZEK KOLAKOWSKI WAS a philosopher and historian of ideas. He received his doctorate in 1953 for his study of Spinoza. Under different circumstances, he might have led a satisfying but obscure academic life, publishing dense scholarly works that hardly anyone…

by | Nov 14, 2008

Here comes Santa Claus…with another attack on Christmas. On November 12, the Associated Press revealed that ads demanding “Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness’ sake?” will begin appearing on Washington, D.C. area Metro buses starting next…

by | Jan 11, 2007

As the Episcopal Church begins to shed parishes like a dried-up Christmas tree sheds needles, it must have been comforting to the denomination to receive a sizeable Christmas present from the New York Times. What could more clearly say “Merry…

by | Oct 23, 2006

The genocide of black African Muslims in Darfur is possibly the world’s most bizarre genocide. It has no perpetrators, but somehow is abetted by George W. Bush. At least that is what one would assume by reading the full-page advertisement…

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