A shared moral grammar.
No country for Jewish sociologists.
The eminent historian of American Jewish life stops by to talk about the findings in his latest book The New American Judaism: How Jews Practice Their Religion Today.
And there’s a connection among them.
But not necessarily healthier.
From Karl Marx to the early Zionists.
On Peter Berger and the Jews.
A social science with a sacred project.
Remembering Peter Berger.
Sociology presents itself as an objective and value-free science, but most sociologists exhibit a stunning uniformity of outlook and place their discipline at the service. . .