Inclusivity is perhaps the single most important human need to facilitate and demonstrate fairness for all members in an open and free society. When this principle need is compromised by appearances of unscrupulous self-interested privileged elites to perpetuate a systemic widening disparity between social-economic classes favoring exclusivity, it is imminently imperative to galvanize public opposition […]
In last week’s edition of “The Guardian Express” I discussed Baruch Spinoza’s break with Judaism. This article attempts to follow up on that analysis by exploring several contemporary letters about the Jewish scholar/philosopher.
A Jewish Child’s Genetic Heroism Lori Lefkovitz’s essay, “Inherited Holocaust Memory and the Ethics of Ventriloquism” is a journey through the mental struggles that appear to her to be common among