Whose Life is More Valuable?

Society considers some lives more valuable than others. Judaism disagrees.

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5 Responses to “Whose Life is More Valuable?”

  1. Betty Says:

    At last! Something clear I can unanestdrd. Thanks!

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    michael -Plato famously went to Syracuse to be the chief philosopher of . The relationship did not work out well.To be sure this involved a bit of traveling, but Plato’s involvement in Athenian politics must have been nontrivial – after all, his mentor was the victim of a political execution, and two of his uncles were I believe among the Thirty Tyrants.(All the good dirt on Plato is in Popper’s Open Society And Its Enemies – I mean, of course, volume I (“Plato”). Popper’s economics was not strong and his volume on Marx is not as good.)

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    lo mas desagradable del libro es la forma de venderlo, si realmente es valido, ¿porque ocultar que es una historia “ambientada” en auschwitz y que va de los nazis?, ¿es que realmente la gente necesita literatura de “emociones” para conocer la historia?, todo resulta demasiado comercial, lo comencé a leer con mi hijo de 10 años y lo he dejado en el tercer capitulo. Es un libro tan obvio y evidente que van a hacerte soltar la lagrimita.

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