Andrzej Franaszek's biography captures the Polish writer's complexity and darkness.
Philosophy used to be a staple of television and the newspapers. Not any longer. So where did all the philosophers go?
Two new books explore the trials of Nazis – and ask how they changed our conception of justice.
An immense posthumous work from the historian David Cesarani shows that Nazi policies were often “confused, contradictory, half-baked”.
One of the great liberal thinkers of the post-war period, Affirming: Letters 1975-97 makes clear the continuing relevance of Berlin's thought.