Monthly Archives: July 2017

Substance & Tactics at JVP (Response to Mira Sucharov)

  Mira Sucharov is one of the best writers in North America on the left about the contemporary politics in and about Israel and Palestine. Having moved off from a liberal Zionist (2 State Solution) point of political view, she … Continue reading

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That Empty Church in Rural Maryland

I’ve been driving by this church for some several years now on my annual drives down to rural Maryland. This time there was time to get out of the car to get a feel for the place. I’ve always been … Continue reading

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Anti-Semitism & the Left in France: The Jewish Question Is a European Question (Corey Robin)

The link to the entire post is below, an unequivocal statement from Corey Robin about the left and European anti-Semitism in France: “Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the French leftist leader who I was hoping would beat Macron in the last election, really … Continue reading

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Temple Mount Holocaust Offering

Pushing another kind of “holocaust offering” just in time for Tisha B’Av, it’s not just about metal detectors. There’s a segment of the Jewish right in Israel wanting to change the status quo at the Temple Mount in response to … Continue reading

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Deleuze Leibniz Cosmogenesis

You would have thought it was Spinoza, but Leibniz turn out to be the beating metaphysical heart of the Deleuzian universe and its modelling of cosmogenesis, the creation of worlds (compossible and incompossible) around inflection points, the emission of singularities … Continue reading

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Rabbi Eliezer Sadan (Rav Eli Sadan) – His Hands Remained Steady

Originally posted on The Book of Doctrines and Opinions::
There is a trend of Americans rabbis going to Israel for a few weeks and upon return exclaiming: “how come we don’t have a Rav Shagar world here? Think of what…

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Green Country Churches (Darlington, MD)

Dating back to the 1850s and 1870s, the construction of these old churches in Darlington, MD, a rural pocket in the northeast of the state, are diminutive in scale. Episcopal, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches and a Quaker Meeting House in … Continue reading

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