Noah Millman

Posts tagged “Tolstoy”

I’ll Gladly Play Along

I mean, how could I not? (Pun, by the way, very much …

Posted October 6th, 2013

A Tolstoyan Treasure Off Tenth Avenue

Funnily enough, Love’s Labour’s Lost isn’t the only musical I saw in the past …

Posted August 14th, 2013

Am I A Reform Conservative?

And speaking of Alan Jacobs, I very much enjoyed his other recent post …

Posted June 3rd, 2013

Belief, Religion, and Piety in Fiction

Thank-you to Andrew Sullivan for reminding me about that Paul Elie essay about …

Posted January 28th, 2013

Eisenhower: The American Kutuzov?

I promise, I’ll drop this theme eventually. But I couldn’t help thinking …

Posted November 28th, 2012

Wu Wei and Prudence

Rod Dreher’s most recent post gets at some of what I was …

Posted November 28th, 2012

Kutuzovs of the Left and the Right

Towards a Tolstoyan conservatism

Posted November 27th, 2012

The American Consurfative

So, following on my last post, if statesmanship is more like surfing …

Posted November 27th, 2012

Es Muss Sein

Perhaps it’s just because I recently finished reading War and Peace for the …

Posted November 27th, 2012

Election-Night Thoughts, Tolstoy Edition

Since I happen to be reading War and Peace: What is the cause …

Posted November 6th, 2012

Figure and Ground

Looking back over my post from yesterday questioning whether human rights require a …

Posted May 24th, 2012