Winter 5764 / 2004, no. 16
From the Editors:Memory in Ruins
By David Hazony
Currents:Autumn of Nations
By Pierre Manent
Is Europe doomed to failure?
By Yossi Klein Halevi
Why anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism are becoming one and the same.
Essays:Redemption and the Power of Man
By Meir Soloveichik
Judaism and Christianity differ on man's moral capacity.
The Decline of Israeli Sociology
By Alek D. Epstein
Most scholars are too busy smashing myths of the past to pay attention to Israeli society.
By Amnon Rubinstein
A growing number of European states look a lot like Israel.
Jewish Sovereignty as a Theological Problem
By Joseph Dan
What Israel means to the rest of the world.
Reviewed by Robert S. Wistrich
A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its Duty of Repair by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
The Philosopher’s Bible
Reviewed by Benjamin Balint
The Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis by Leon R. Kass
Correspondence:On George Steiner, Jenin, the ICC, and more
|Locusts, Giraffes, and the Meaning of KashrutThe most famous Jewish practice is really about love and national loyalty.|
|Zohan and the Quest for Jewish UtopiaAdam Sandler's hit comedy reflects a deep divide between Israeli and American Jews.|
|The 'USS Liberty': Case ClosedJune 8, 1967: Why did the IDF open fire on an American spy ship?|
|Cruel BritanniaAnti-Semitism in Britain has gone mainstream.|