Ezra Zuckerman SivanWhat would the Israeli election outcome be today if Israelis read & took to heart the lessons of the story of Naboth’s Vineyard— a classic meditation on land rights & abuse of power— that just happens to be today’s chapter in the 929 bible reading cycle
President Trump quipped, “Where’s my favorite dictator?” while awaiting a meeting with Egyptian President Sisi during last month’s Group of Seven summit. The comment drew attention to an uncomfortable facet of the U.S.-Egypt relationship.
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Ezra Zuckerman SivanThis kind of contrast exists in every profession, including academia.
Abbott's treatment is very useful & very general, but it has three limitations that I address in a recent essay
In an ultrasound room far from home, I discovered more than I was looking for.
Ezra Zuckerman SivanThis brave piece by @ChaviKar is a beacon of moral and practical clarity on an issue-- abortion-- where it's so rare and so hard to come by.
(She also opens our eyes to surprising common ground btwn the right and the left in the US)
“With autonomous vehicles, the technical stuff will get worked out,” a former federal transit official said. “It’s the societal part that’s the most challenging.”
Ezra Zuckerman SivanThis has always been my favorite reason why self-driving cars will never work.
Lately ppl have taken to hurtling themselves thru traffic on little boards. But soon they’ll wait patiently for robots programmed to defer to them??
nytimes.com/2019/08/01/bus… via @nytimes