A guide to Elizabeth Anscombe’s Intention.
Michel Houellebecq’s new novel, Serotonin, in English.
Eric Posner’s book on demagoguery in American politics.
A Catholic theological critique of neoliberalism.
Joseph de Maistre’s St. Petersburg Dialogues are being reissued in paperback.
A study of the first European translation of Sun Tzu’s Art of War, published in 1772 by Fr. Jean-Joseph-Marie Amiot, a French Jesuit missionary to Beijing.
Insights from the Bruderhof community.
An edited volume on women philosophers, by women, which is being produced by a crowdfunded publisher.
Margaret Atwood has written an enterprising sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale.
Uncollected letters of Flannery O’Connor and friends.
Richard Berquist’s new introduction to natural law.
A biography of Justice Earl Warren.
Karen Armstrong proposes to rescue the sacred texts of Scripture.
Richard Dawkins… do I need to say what the book is about?
Stanley Fish writes about the first amendment.
Samantha Power, the former US Ambassador to the UN. has written a memoir.
Corey Robin examines the racial beliefs of Justice Clarence Thomas.
A history of philosophy without any gaps: medieval philosophy.
N.T. Wright does natural theology.
Jonathan Sumption argues that judges are too frequently making decisions that should be decided by politics.
Some letters of Vladimir Soloviev.
A new translation of Dante’s Purgatorio by a self-described “fat, spectacled, balding, old Glaswegian pedestrian”.
Massimo Faggioli has written The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis: Moving Toward Global Catholicity.
Jesuit Biblical Studies After Trent: Franciscus Toletus & Cornelius a Lapide.
The first complete translation into English of Cassiodorus’s Variae.