Student periodical with contributions from faculty.
..."This approach, of not casting aspersions on the motives of others, deeply resonated with me at the time, but even more so now, as I was unaware of how relevant this issue is to our community. Assigning ulterior motives to others is a dangerous methodology, and we are surely better suited by instead engaging in substantive debates about ideas and values.
In this vein, we chose the topic of “The Other in Judaism,” with the hope of shedding light on how Jews engage with communities, individuals, and ideas that are different than their own...."
Kol Hamevaser: The "Other" in Judaism. (May 2018). 10(3)
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