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Most Americans today identify as either liberal or conservative. Feelings about gender, race, "micro-aggression", and social entitlements determine, in large part, one’s self-classification. Dr. Richard Kradin spells out more clearly than any writer to date the constellation of facts, falsehoods, biases, and confusions about morality that underlie current liberal positions, and singles out Judaism as the example of a "path" via which one can achieve a moral and balanced life. He argues convincingly for the benefits of Judaism’s emphasis on practice as the way to transform personal traits rather than relying the conventional discourse of psychotherapy. Liberals and conservatives, Jews and non-Jews, will find this text eye-opening. It is destined to become a classic.
-W.M. Bernstein, Ph.D.
This latest book from Dr. Kradin like the rest of his books, is straight forward, hitting right to the essence of his message. Authentic Torah true Judaism offers a cure to much of our current day ills. There is, lots of great information, knowledge and reasoning to contrast a secular vs. traditional lifestyle. I would recommend this book to "anyone" thinking of a way to improve their lot in life, and anyone on the path of Halacha who thinks, a better life can be found in the secular world.
- Rabbi Shlomo Ezagui
Dr. Richard Kradin is a senior physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, a psychoanalyst, and professor emeritus at Harvard Medical School. He holds a post-graduate degree in comparative religion from Harvard University, and lectures nationally and internationally on a variety of topics.
Size: 6.25" x 9.5"
Judaism Moral Psychology for a Secular World [Hardcover]
By: Richard Kradin. M.D.
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