About Daniel Koffler
Daniel Koffler is a Clarendon Scholar and graduate student in philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Last time we checked into the freakout-fit over "the New Atheism," we learned via Damon Linker's misreading of the philosophical tradition, that the New Atheists distinguish themselves from other atheists through their illiberal radicalism. Linker's analysis, in turn, recapitulates and … Read More
John Quiggin, reflecting on the fact that John Howard's defeat and its contretemps have left the Australian right effectively without representation in government, observes that the erstwhile parties to culture war debates in Oz have taken to arguing about whether … Read More
As the Democratic presidential candidates have engineered the primary race into a contest of "change vs. experience," and representing change has emerged as the more desirable quality, liberal commentators are struggling to divine which candidate is the true "change candidate," … Read More
My former professor, David Gelernter, has a piece in the Weekly Standard attacking sexual freedom on the grounds that premarital sex destroys a young man or woman's ability to feel romantic love (defined, in Gelernter's inimitably circular way, as excluding … Read More