Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts The Sacred and the Profane: Judaism and International Relations

The Sacred and the Profane: Judaism and International Relations

Abstract

The author contends that one helpful way to look at Judaism and international relations is to imagine a continuum with a sacred ideal at one extreme and a profane reality at the other. Drawing on historical examples, he illustrates these polarities.

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