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Should we do a mitzvah out of fear of the consequences if we did not? By Gail A. Fisher 1 month ago 1 1 month ago Rewards of Goodness
Social benefits of integrity, the challenges of conflict and corruption By William Berkson 1 month 1 week ago 1 1 month ago Rewards of Goodness
Democrats and Republicans - Who's On Israel's Side? By Dov P Elkins 1 month 3 weeks ago 1 1 month 3 weeks ago Truth and Relativism
Deborah Lipstadt on truth, facts, lies, the Holocaust—and political debate. By William Berkson 1 month 3 weeks ago 0 1 month 3 weeks ago Truth and Relativism
Why relativism is poison By William Berkson 1 month 3 weeks ago 0 1 month 3 weeks ago Truth and Relativism
Righteous Gentiles By Dov P Elkins 2 months ago 1 2 months ago Moral Courage
Working WITH the community means the community needs to act for the sake of heaven also. By William Berkson 2 months ago 0 2 months ago Sustaining Community
Either Community or Death! By Dov P Elkins 2 months 1 week ago 1 2 months ago Sustaining Community
Leading for the sake of heaven By Gail A. Fisher 2 months 1 week ago 1 2 months 1 week ago Sustaining Community
The mentorship relationship — uniquely rewarding and fraught. By William Berkson 2 months 2 weeks ago 1 2 months 1 week ago How To Be A Student
Is Hillel's and the Jewish philosophy of relationships superior to others? By William Berkson 3 months ago 0 3 months ago Balancing Self & Other
The balance between care of self and concern for others is crucial in a balanced healthy personality. By Dov P Elkins 3 months ago 1 2 months 4 weeks ago Balancing Self & Other
Important new study: Don't just try to imagine that you are the other person, ask them questions. By William Berkson 3 months ago 0 3 months ago Judging Favorably
Goldin By Michael Raizen 3 months 1 week ago 2 3 months ago Judging Favorably
Judging Favorably and the Prayer Book By William Berkson 3 months 1 week ago 0 3 months 1 week ago Judging Favorably
Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins: An exception to judging favorably By Donald Koller 3 months 2 weeks ago 1 3 months 1 week ago Judging Favorably