Falling Into The Song Of Gaia
Enchantment is essentially an experience of wonder, and like the experience itself, the subject is hard to pin down. So think of this essay instead as a wander through one corner of it, with glimpses farther afield.
Tocqueville’s Dystopias: The Bad And The Very BadTocqueville’s Dystopias: The Bad And The Very Bad Daniel B. Klein September 6, 2021 [A version of this piece appeared originally at City Journal.] Alexis de Tocqueville “The entire book that you are going to read,” wrote Alexis de Tocqueville in...
She was born in August 1915, in Roquefort la Bédoule in the south of France. She died this morning. Adeline Blanc was my adopted grandmother.
Begotten Not Made
I was pleased to find that the Oxford philosopher JR Lucas was a fan of The Master and his Emissary, and he sent me a number of his papers over the years. Most are still accessible but this gem was possibly never published. Before he died I asked if I could quote from it in my […]