Monthly Archives: June 2008

What Is the Value of a Human Life?

In an essay titled “What Is the Value of a Human Life?”, Kenneth Feinberg, the Special Master for the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, recounts his odyssey of conscience regarding the legitimacy of what he now considers the law’s invidious … Continue reading

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Jinxes, Jerseys and Jurisprudence III

In previous posts inspired by a Red Sox fan’s “very, very bad” and “dastardly” burial of a Red Sox jersey under two feet of concrete in what will be the new Yankee stadium, in an attempt to jinx his team’s … Continue reading

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Hunted Bears, Cantonists and Nazi Victims

[Available at the Seforim blog, courtesy of Dan Rabinowitz.]

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