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Posts tagged “Michel Houellebecq”

Collapse Of The Religious Canopy

A lesson from reading Michel Houellebecq: If religion is only part of one’s life, it is doomed

Posted August 8th, 2017

Smartphones Are Our Soma

How technology is crippling iGen

Posted August 3rd, 2017

Against The New Optimism

Yes, we’re getting richer and more peaceful — but it’s deceptive. Spiritually, we are close to broke

Posted July 31st, 2017

The Headscarf & The Immanent Frame

A secular Turkish-American female journalist is startled to discover a good life flourishing beneath the religious garment

Posted February 5th, 2016

The Vindication of Viktor Orban

Post-Paris, a Strange New Respect for the illiberal democracy of Hungary’s leader

Posted November 16th, 2015

‘Freedom is Submission

What Michel Houellebecq sees that many others do not

Posted March 16th, 2015

Meet The Houellebellocq

Why Michel Houellebecq is not anti-Muslim, but rather against modern France

Posted January 20th, 2015

Defending the Culture of Death

Houellebecq, Islamism, and our Weimar civilization

Posted January 12th, 2015

More on Houellebecq’s Novel

A French reader weighs in on the controversial new novel about an Islamic France

Posted January 6th, 2015

France’s Islamic Future?

Novelist Michel Houellebecq contemplates post-Enlightenment France turning to the Prophet

Posted January 5th, 2015