January 10, 2023
The issue at a glance for Winter 2022.
Letters to the Editor, Volume 35, Issue 4.
Past failures do not make our culture or history inherently awful, nor does today's affluence and unpresidented equality excuse the violence or modern forms of authoritarianism.
Heterodox Academy's attempts to promote heterodoxy have floundered in the seven years since its founding.
A review of several recent court cases reveals that the most serious threats to academic freedom may originate from within the campus community, not from outside.
It is far from clear that Western science has suppressed or damaged “indigenous knowledge,” as a recent editorial in Nature suggests. But there is an important story to tell about science,......
The focus on sacrificial, other-centered love in the works of both authors exemplifies the profound influence of Christianity on the great Western art of the half-millennium that separates them.
In violation of the most basic tenets of social science, the proposed sub field of “Stratification Economics” seeks to limit, rather than expand, our understanding of income variation betw......
Two recent books take very different positions on decolonization: one “wallows” in today’s academically fashionable “restorative justice” ideology. The other seeks to res......
A Yale professor assesses William F. Buckley’s screed against “values-neutral” education in light of the “troubling erosion of democratic principles” on today’s cam......
The diffusion of art and culture across continents and oceans typically accompanies great human progress. The only “appropriation” in all of this is carried out by those who politiciz......
A review of "Malpractice in Medical Schools," by Stanley Goldfarb, 2022, Bombardier, pp. 216, $17.00 paperback.
A review of "The Language Conundrum," by Randy Allen Harris, Second Edition 2021, Oxford University Press, pp. 368, $25.99 used.
A review of "Jazz and God," by William Edgar, InterVarsity Press, 2022, pp. 224, $24 paperback.
A review of "An Optimist Leads by Example," by John Agresto, Encounter, 2022, pp. 256, $27.99 hardbound.
A review of "The Religion of Narcissism," by Ernest J. Zarra III, Rowman & Littlefield, 2021, pp. 218, $37.00 paperback.
A review of "The Bard's God," by Gideon Rappaport, One Mind Good Press, 2022, pp. 514, $32 hardbound.
A review of "Does the West Hate Itself?," by Benedict Beckeld, Northern Illinois Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2022, pp. 264, $25.80 hardcover.
A review of "It's Not Free Speech," by Michael Bérubé, Jennifer Ruth, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022, pp. 304, $29.95 hardcover.
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