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‘New Philosopher’; Bernard-Henri Levy

Stewart McBride, The CS Monitor, January 20, 1983

Levy is perhaps the best known and most iconoclastic of France's ''Nouveaux Philosophes,'' During the last six years, Levy has personally waged war against socialism in three controversial best sellers.

Ukraine and Israel are in the same fight

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Hill, December 15, 2023

Ukraine and Israel are both victims of aggression. Their aggressors share a strategy — that of intentionally striking civilian targets.

The Protests of Fools

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, October 26, 2023

Demonstrators in the streets of Paris once chanted ‘We are all Jews.’ Today they cheer on Jewish slaughter.

War and peace, what can we do ?

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Thirty Seven East, November 30, 2023

BHL captures, in his film, the horrors of war, the hopefulness of the Ukrainian citizens and their optimism in the face of senseless destruction.

Why I Defend Israel

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Time, November 27, 2023

The philosopher, journalist and human rights activist explains why we must support Israel in its war against the terrorist Hamas.

Israel Mourns and Prepares for War

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Wall Street Journal, October 20, 2023

Two weeks ago, the Jewish state was bitterly divided. After Hamas’s atrocities, it is united in a just and necessary defense.

On war and its dehumanization

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Purple, January 09, 2023

As a philosopher, what is BHL's idea of war? Is war fundamentally human? Is man, in the end, a wolf who hunts man? Or is there still hope of eradicating war?

In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part IV)

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, October 01, 2005

From storm systems in Florida to those in Washington, D.C. Continuation of Bernard-Henri Lévy's road trip through the United States.

‘Left in Dark Times: A Stand Against the New Barbarism’ by Bernard-Henri Levy

Tim Rutten, The Los Angeles Times, October 08, 2008

“Left in Dark Times" is an apologia based on ideals and experience and then on a series of critiques of the left’s shortcomings, followed by concrete suggestions for their remedy.

Bernard-Henri Levy: ‘I’ve always found it quite shocking and beautiful to speak to one’s enemy’

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), The Times of Israel, June 10, 2017

On recent trip to Israel, French-Jewish intellectual promoted his new book on Judaism and explained what it’s like to be a modern-day Jonah.