Moshe Koppel is a member of the department of computer science at Bar-Ilan University and chairman of the Kohelet Policy Forum in Jerusalem.
A dazzling new book reminds us that our minds don’t work like computers—and that wisdom, including the moral wisdom of Judaism, doesn’t progress like science.
For many members of Israel’s haredi community, loyalty is signaled by rendering oneself useless in the outside world.
A madly intrusive justice system is one of the most potent threats the country faces. Can it be stopped?
If you value Judaism and wish to see it retain its vitality, keep it out of the hands of the state. Is that so complicated?