May 30, 2019

Mediation Lessons From the Talmud: Four Lessons From the Disputes of the Academies of Hillel and Shammai

Josh Fruchter
The Talmud is an ancient Jewish text (compiled around 500 C.E.) that is a primary source of Jewish law and philosophy. Its pages are filled with debates between various Sages concerning Jewish ritual (e.g., Sabbath, festivals) and civil law (e.g., contracts, torts, marriage, divorce), as well as numerous philosophical and..
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