Monthly Archives: January 2013

Politics, the Present, and Isaiah 53: Towards an Ethical Particularism

The primary struggle of our generation is the struggle between the universal and the particular. Global consciousness is polarized between these two subjectivities. On one side is universalism, characterized by the language of human rights and individual liberties. On the … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Start-Up Nation

What’s most startling about South Tel Aviv isn’t the poverty or the diversity – it’s the decrepitude. The area around the Central Bus Station is a study in urban decay. The streets themselves are, for the most part, clean. But … Continue reading

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