From the Publisher
To the extent that the value of a living individual remains an open question, what Sophocles attempted to imagine still escapes our understanding. Antigone is, in this sense, a text not from the past, but from our future.
The OA, Westworld, Stranger Things, and other recent works toy with the idea of multiple realities—and bring the thrill of new religion.
WE LIVE IN A TIME of moral outrage. If you listened to partisans on either side of Election 2016, it was a contest between—or a protest of—a criminally corrupt politician and a serial sex offender, even though neither candidate had been formally char
It can be funny or serious, but your brand has to be authentically you.
The host of radio’s On Being talks about wisdom, debate, downright disagreement—and coming together when things fall apart
Defining and understanding the kind of life you want to lead is the first step to making it happen.
ANDREW SULLIVAN THROUGHOUT THE WEEK, I heard no specific policy proposals to tackle clearly stated public problems. It is almost as if governing, for the Republican right, is fundamentally about an attitude, rather than about experience or practical
Is it better to be messy or neat?
In a path that's marked with extreme highs and lows, blending in isn't -- and shouldn't be -- an option.
If your co-worker acted unethically, there are ways to fix it.
After a promising debut last fall, NBC’s quirky, metaphysical comedy enjoyed a terrific first season—only to brilliantly upend its entire premise in the final episode.
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