The Hedgehog Review

The Hedgehog Review


The Hedgehog ReviewVol. 17, No. 3 (Fall 2015)

From the Editor


Overheard and Overlooked

Wilfred M. McClay

Academic Inequality

Chad Wellmon, Esther Vinarov, Anne Manasché, and Andrew Piper

Naming the Modern Discontent

Joseph E. Davis


Soul Survivor: Metaphysics as Intraphysics in the Age of Re-enchantment

Dominic Green

Can You Change Your Life? Reflections on Peter Sloterdijk and the Confoundments of Religion in Our Time

Charles Mathewes

Re-enchantment and Iconoclasm in an Age of Images

Anna Marazuela Kim

Nietzsche’s Smile: Modern Conversion and the Secularity Craze

Matthew Scherer

Sacred Reading: From Augustine to the Digital Humanists

Chad Wellmon

We Have Never Been Disenchanted

Eugene McCarraher

Seven Ways of Looking at Religion

Benjamin Schewel


Escaping the Matrix: The Case for the Liberal Arts

Wilfred M. McClay

Across the Great Divides: Why America Needs a More Confident Pluralism

John Inazu

AA Envy

Helen Andrews


Vivid Faces: The Revolutionary Generation in Ireland, 1890–1923 by R. F. Foster

Reviewed by Charles Townshend

The Road to Character by David Brooks

Reviewed by James K. A. Smith

Book of Numbers: A Novel by Joshua Cohen

Reviewed by Charles Thaxton

Teaching Plato in Palestine: Philosophy in a Divided World by Carlos Fraenkel

Reviewed by Frank Freeman

A War for the Soul of America: A History of the Culture Wars by Andrew Hartman

Reviewed by Johann N. Neem



Matthew Walther


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