Results for “Mai 68

Le Serpent à plumes/Vincent Darré

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Purple, May 13, 2019

About Vincent Darré, the prince of youth (Barrès or Cocteau or the memory of Raymond Radiguet) with his air of the enfant terrible.

City of revolution

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Purple, May 22, 2020

Does Paris have a distinctive spirit of protest and revolution? Is BHL's vision of Paris as literary as it is political?

Bernard-Henri Lévy bares his Jewish soul

Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal, January 11, 2017

Philosophers only rarely achieve the celebrity of a rock star or a sports hero, but Bernard-Henri Lévy, who has been described as “France’s greatest philosopher,” is an exception.

The Genius of Literature

Paul Berman, Tablet, May 16, 2017

Bernard-Henri Lévy draws from the well of late-18th-century French philosopher Chateaubriand for a broad defense of the aesthetics and morals of liberalism.

Looking for Europe, Finding America Adrift

James Kirchick, Tablet, November 08, 2018

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s one-man show ‘Looking for Europe’ makes the case for America better than most Americans ever do.

How Can Jews Support Ukraine After the Holocaust?

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, February 24, 2023

An exchange between Bernard-Henri Lévy and Natan Sharansky, from the recent Tablet event in partnership with the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine.

What’s at stake in Ukraine

Brian Stewart, City Journal, December 08, 2022

A new documentary, "Why Ukraine" directed by Bernard-Henri Lévy, shows why Russia is losing the war.

Wi-Fi on Planes? A ‘Disaster,’ Says Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), The New York Times, March 23, 2019

For a new one-man show, the French philosopher is traveling to 22 European cities this year. All he needs are books, white shirts and his current manuscript. No internet, please.