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In France, Bernard-Henri Lévy fights a lonely battle on behalf of a solitary Israel

Robert Sarner, The Times of Israel, July 11, 2024

The controversial intellectual superstar’s new book ‘Solitude d’Israel’ puts the Jewish state nearly alone on the world stage, while his advocacy is situated in a sea of antisemitism

‘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.

Bernard-Henri Lévy Implores Documentarians to Film the Front Lines of War

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Jewish Journal, December 07, 2023

French philosopher and filmmaker Bernard Henri-Lévy’s new documentary, “Glory to the Heroes,” is a raw collection of the battles and fears on the front lines of the Ukraine-Russia War in the summer of 2023.

Portrait of Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Purple, May 10, 2011

The rules of the game: names, a collection of names, all of which had one thing in common: they had in one way or another played a part in BHL's intellectual or personal life.

Spinoza’s Ethics

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Purple, May 10, 2011

BHL evokes an extract from a work that seems to him to deal with something crucial in today's world. He introduces an extract from Spinoza's 'Ethics'.

In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part V)

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

A twenty-first-century pilgrim ends a year-long journey where the seventeenth-century Pilgrims ended theirs—on the coast of New England, not far from where his travels began.

Road Trip: Part II

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

What would Tocqueville say? A journey continues, from Seattle to San Diego via Alcatraz and an obesity clinic.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: ‘Those who hate me, it is their problem’

JC, The Jewish Chronicle, March 31, 2016

France's great thinker on why, despite terrorist atrocities and rising levels of hate, he remains defiantly positive.

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.

Nuart Retrospective Presents the War Documentaries of Bernard-Henri Lévy

Gerri Miller, Jewish Journal, January 21, 2021

BHL makes cinema verité documentaries from the front lines of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones, depicting war in all its brutality to highlight the plight of the oppressed.