Review of Heaven on Earth: The Varieties of the Millennial Experience [Book Review]

Richard Landes is professionally a historian but in this book under review, he is a philosopher of violence; especially genocides and the Holocaust. The reviewer has synoptically read him, Susan Neiman on the one hand and Haruki Murakami and Stephen King on the other hand. The review flows between the history of ideas, philosophy and literary studies since all three are connected to each other.
Keywords Apocalypse  Daish  ISIS  Boko Haram  Immanuel Kant  Categorical Imperatives  Susan Neiman  Hitler  Steve Hofmeyr  Kashmir
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