Monthly Archives: October 2017

Halloween, Elsa and the Index Simulacrorum Prohibitorum

Cross-posted on the Corner. Kyle has already discussed the controversy over Halloween Moana here, concluding as follows: The Left used to insist on seeing people as individuals, not as members of groups. The goal used to be that kids of different … Continue reading

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1789 and All That

It’s not hard to draw a line between messianic Judaism and (obviously) Christianity and from that on to later millenarian variants such as Marxism, but this review in the New Statesman by the British philosopher John Gray of Forgetfulness: Making … Continue reading

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Ubi Terror, Ibi Salus

A week or two back, I discussed a review of The Darkening Age: The Christian Destruction of the Classical World by Catherine Nixey, a book out in the UK, but not due for release in the US until next year. … Continue reading

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