Her body, her choice. It’s the line men at marches chant to empower women, and with that empowerment comes responsibility. “Miles has said that the decision is mine,” the narrator of Sheila Heti’s new… Read More

STRANGER THINGS a biweekly column by Gal Katz Every now and then a starry-eyed academic reminds us that there is something called Eros and that we have to be careful not to sacrifice it… Read More

This essay appears in a special symposium on intellectuals, which is entirely composed of essays by the editors of The Point. Click here to read all of the essays from the symposium. Of all the… Read More

It’s remarkable, given the propensity of American officials, journalists and academics to refer to other nations and cultures as immature and underdeveloped, how frequently and consistently Americans themselves are described as children, by both… Read More