Here are the Blogs in the New English Review Press
Michael's best-selling Springtime for Snowflakes is here. His upcoming book, Google Archipelago is here.
Posted on 03/17/2019 9:33 AM by New English Review Press
The authors of The Terror of Existence: From Ecclesiastes to Theater of the Absurd clearly feel an urgent existential imperative to grapple with the question of how we should live. It is, as they point out, a question even the nihilist must eventually answer.
by Scott Beauchamp
There really ...Read More...
Posted on 03/09/2019 8:13 AM by New English Review Press
Michael Rectenwald is interviewed on the Tom Woods Show
Professor Michael Rectenwald, the former Marxist who will deliver the Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture at the Mises Institute's Austrian Economics Research Conference this year, returns for a sneak preview of what he plans to say there ...Read More...
Posted on 02/21/2019 4:34 AM by New English Review Press
Posted on 01/28/2019 11:56 AM by New English Review Press
A review of Phyllis Chesler's book by Ida Lichter published in the Middle East Quarterly:
Chesler's feminist awakening followed marriage to an Afghan student in the 1960s. Living in his home country, she found charming individuals, but the patriarchal society embraced purdah, arranged marriage, polygamy, ...Read More...
Posted on 01/13/2019 3:04 PM by New English Review Press
Posted on 01/11/2019 6:17 AM by New English Review Press
Juliana Geran Pilon writes in the Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs
Jews Make the Best Demons: “Palestine” and the Jewish Question
by Eric Rozenman
(London: New English Review Press, 2018), 357 pages
Reviewed by Juliana Geran Pilon
Senior Fellow, Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study
of ...Read More...
Posted on 01/08/2019 9:26 AM by New English Review Press
Gavin McInnes' podcast:
We devote an entire episode to “Anti-PC NYU Prof” or as he’s known to his friends, Michael Rectenwald. The Professor was recently fired for the “structure of his thought” according to an NYU Diversity and Inclusion committee but was rehired and promoted by the school. ...Read More...
Posted on 01/07/2019 6:21 AM by New English Review Press
Scott Beauchamp writes in University Bookman:
The phenomenon of the literary doctor presents an interesting case in reading biography into a literary oeuvre. They seem to understand our temptation to read their personal experiences into the work and tend to play on those expectations in interesting ...Read More...
Posted on 01/07/2019 4:31 AM by New English Review Press
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Posted on 12/20/2018 6:21 AM by New English Review Press
Published today! #1 new release in existentialist philosophy. Fantastic audiobook version coming soon!
Posted on 12/10/2018 5:22 AM by New English Review Press
Ben Sixsmith writes in The Burkean.
Untitled, Zdzislaw Beksinski, 1984
Theodore Dalrymple is best known as a chronicler of British decline. A retired doctor and psychiatrist, he has written more books than most of us have had hot meals, but his most successful, Life At the Bottom and Our Culture, ...Read More...
Posted on 12/08/2018 7:37 AM by New English Review Press