Results for “Jean-Paul Sartre

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s Brexit lament

Bryan Appleyard, The Times, May 20, 2018

France’s pre-eminent thinker, Bernard-Henri Lévy, says Britain is both the brain and beating heart of Europe; quitting would be such a catastrophe for all, he has written a play to persuade us to stop.

Bernard-Henri Lévy Makes a Debut at UN With Film From the Frontlines

A. R. Hoffman, The New York Sun, October 31, 2022

The smart set turned up at the world body for the latest from the self-appointed diplomat with no title but a penchant for the headlines and the frontlines.

Victor Pinchuk, Mistral Warships, and the Jews of Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The HuffPost, November 26, 2014

On Nov. 18, in Kiev, philanthropist Victor Pinchuk was awarded the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Medal of Honor by the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine for his contributions to Ukrainian-Jewish understanding and cooperation. What follows is a version of my remarks at the ceremony.

The Nomad

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Tablet, January 14, 2022

Q&A with Bernard-Henri Lévy about The Will to see.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Frenchman’s passion for Bangladesh’s Liberation War

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Dhaka Tribune, December 16, 2020

A true revolutionary has to get close, very close, to the things themselves; he has to move into the places where History, with a capital H, really happens.

The Last Humanist

Nathan Gardels, Noema magazine, October 29, 2021

French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy looks back on his life and times.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: “Defining oneself by an identity is an impoverishment of what you are”

Freddie Hayward, The New Statesman, October 20, 2021

The French intellectual on culture wars and global crises.