Bernard-Henri Levy Uses Judaism's 'Genius' to Showcase His Political Activism

French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy's new book, a highly idiosyncratic take on what he sees as the fundamental lesson of Judaism, also offers a surprisingly clueless view of Orthodoxy.

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“The Genius of Judaism,” by Bernard-Henri Levy (translated from the French by Steven B. Kennedy), Random House, 241 pp., $28