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Empathy

Against Empathy by Paul Bloom. When asked what I am working on, I often say I am writing a book about empathy. People tend to smile and nod, and then I add, ā€œIā€™m against it.ā€ This usually gets an uncomfortable […]

ISIS

ISIS And The Virtue of Moral Clarity by Paul David Miller. Michael Boyle, a professor at La Salle University and a good friend of mine, wrote in the New York Times last week of his concern over the demonization of […]

Interreligious

Interreligious Theology? by Peter Berger. Though the official guardians of religious tradition have typically looked askance at the idea of interreligious dialogue, the practice of coming to terms intellectually with other faiths has a long and rich history. More.

Hamas

Hamas’s “Victory” by Bassam Tawil. What is sad is that the Gazans have not yet been able to free themselves from the yoke of Hamas. The world seems not to understand that Hamas, like ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood, does […]