A modern look at what was once referred to as ‘angelology’, but which has its real roots in Judaism and in the mighty angels who inhabit the books of Daniel, Tobit and Enoch in post-Babylonian exile literature.
Paris, 1117: Heloise, a young and celebrated scholar, is stunned when the radical philosopher, Peter Abelard, agrees to be her tutor. They embark on a passionate, dangerous love affair with horrific consequences.
Isaiah Berlin was one of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century. Henry Hardy, Berlin’s decades-long editor and collaborator, offers an intimate and revealing picture of the self-deprecating philosopher.