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    Judaism, Coronavirus, and Care: Judith Butler interviewed by Shmuly Yanklowitz
    (YouTube, 2020-04-07) Yanklowitz, Shmuly
    In this YouTube, Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz interviews Dr. Judith Butler about how her connection to Judaism has impacted her ethics and her work in generao including her work on gender theory for which she is best noted.. Click on the link above to listen to the interview. To read an article about Butler, click on the link below.
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    Judith Butler
    (Jewish Women's Archive, 2021-06-23) Kaplan, Brett Ashley
    This article discusses the life and work of philosopher and noted gender theorist, Judith Butler. It includes a lengthy discussion of how her ethics and beliefs--including her opposition to Zionism--flow from her Jewish education and her study of Jewish philosophy. Click on the link to read the article.
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    Fifty Years Later, Why Does ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem’ Remain Contentious?
    (Nw York Times, 2013-11-26) Kirsch, Adam; Galchen, Rivka
    Adam Kirsch and Rivka Galchen discuss why Hannah Arend't book remains controversial fifty years after it was written. Click on the link above to read the article.
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    Misreading ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem’
    (New York Times, 2013-07-07) Berkowitz, Roger
    An article discussing Hannah Arendt's famous and controversial book covering the trial of Adolf Eichmann, Eichmann in Jerusalem. Click on the link above to read the article.
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    Reflections on Violence: A Special Supplement (introductory paragraphs)
    (The New York Review of Books, 1969-02-27) Arendt, Hannah
    The introductory paragraphs of a New York Review of Books article by Hannah Arendt, in which she discusses the implications of the unprecedented degree of violence available to states, as of the mid-twentieth century, in addition to the use of violence as a political tool. Click on the link above to access.