Monthly Archives: January 2009

Risking One's Life to Make A Living

We are discovering the unfortunate but not entirely unintuitive fact that concussions suffered by athletes are far worse for them than we have previously realized; in particular, they seem to cause something called “chronic traumatic encephalopathy”, which is apparently also … Continue reading

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Income Of Dependent Children

The Chinuch Roundtable The participants in the Chinuch Roundtable section of the issue of the Yated Ne’eman of two weeks ago discussed the following question: Question: Is it acceptable to take a loan from my teenage children of a few … Continue reading

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Zealotry Vs. Tolerance

For Wolf2191, a staunch advocate of tolerance and humaneness1 Several months ago, we discussed Rambam’s position that Ya’akov’s excessive fearfulness of the danger posed by Esav was a character flaw. This is actually but one item in a fascinating list … Continue reading

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