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Ethics of Power and Statecraft

Having a Jewish State comes with great responsibility to Jews globally as well as the minority populations within its borders.
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Rabbi Dr. Donniel Hartman is president of the Shalom Hartman Institute and holds the Kaufman Family Chair in Jewish Philosophy. He is author of the Boundaries of Judaism, and Putting God Second: How to Save Religion from Itself. His latest book, Who are the Jews and Who Can We Become, was a 2023 Jewish Book Council Award Finalist.  Donniel is also the host of the award-winning podcast For Heaven’s Sake, together with his colleague Yossi Klein

Israel represents the most dramatic opportunity for Jews to enact power on the world stage. Having a state comes with great responsibility to Jews globally as well as the minority populations within its borders. In this session, Donniel Hartman explores what it means for the Jewish state to have a great aspirations while navigating challenges.

This program was part of Meaning + Milestones: Spring Days of Learning, two days of global learning, ritual, and commemoration that reimagine and reflect on Yom HaShoah and celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, both days of meaning and milestones in North America and Israel.

 

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