With crime, drug addiction, nihilism, and pornography chipping away
at the moral fibre of Western society, many people have turned to
classical Greek philosophy and Christianity to restore both private
and public morality. In "Judaic Man", Professor Eidelberg argues
that the Greco-Christian tradition contains certain dichotomies
that have resulted in the contemporary malaise, dichotomies that
are foreign to Judaism. The author employs a Torah understanding of
human nature and history to provide a model of man and community
that transcends the magnanimous man of classical political
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