publisher = {Free Press}, Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. year = {2013} @book {18666, The risk of a global pandemic is growing – and the world isn’t ready, experts say By Jessie Yeung , CNN Updated 8:57 AM EDT, Wed September 18, 2019 title = {"Plato on What Makes Us Tick and Why Math Matters So Much"}, Her take on Spinoza was refreshing and wonderful. journal = {The Atlantic }, year = {2016}, year = {2005}, }, number = {Jan/Feb}, organization = {The Toby Press}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} }, The COVID-19 pandemic affects many consumers worldwide. } author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, month = {June 2016}, . year = {2014}, } Translated into German journal = {Tin House}, } Translations pending in other languages. note = {Reprinted in Jay David (Ed. } publisher = {Houghton Mifflin}, volume = {Summer}, number = {number 3}, url = {http://thehumanist.com/magazine/january-february-2013/features/speaking-prose-all-our-lives} journal = {New York Times Book Review}, editor = {Simon Wiesenthal} title = {Betraying Spinoza: The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity}, url = {http://bigthink.com/errors-we-live-by/too-democratic-lets-see-what-plato-says} } author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, title = {"Speaking Prose All Our Lives"}, In 36 Arguments for the Existence of God, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein explores the rapture and torments of religious experience in all its variety. pages = {585-595}, title = {Looking Back at Lot{\textquoteright}s Wife}, @book {18665, Reprinted in R. Goldstein, Strange Attractors. note = {Reprinted in R. Goldstein, Strange Attractors. Libraries and academies have existed since ancient times to promote and order our understanding of our world. organization = {Atlas Books/Norton}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} year = {2011}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} }, number = {May/June}, title = {Mattering Matters}, title = {Explanatory Completeness and Spinoza{\textquoteright}s Monism}, title = {Essay }, @book {18627, By contrast, when either of these two phenomena end remains underexplored—creating legal uncertainty. } } title = {Five Best Novels of Ideas}, } url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/book-review-novels-1956-1964-saul-bellow}, For decades, particularly in the anglophone world, students were encouraged to treat such monuments of the […] Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (born February 23, 1950) is an American philosopher, novelist, and public intellectual.She has written ten books, both fiction and non-fiction. month = {09/16/2007}, . year = {2002}, journal = {The New York Review of Books}, @newspaperarticle {18738, pages = {20}, That’s where Rebecca Goldstein jumps in. . @article {18740, journal = {Prospect}, @webarticle {669303, @inbook {18709, Lecture: Welcome Video This module examines the impact of the COVID – 19 pandemic on the risk of experiencing domestic violence. title = {New York Sun Interview}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} Translated into German. Elizabeth Drew. url = {https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/39315} @inbook {18734, title = {Consciousness is a brain process}, organization = {Algonquin}, } . }, Oxford University Press, 1998. year = {2007}, url = {http://www.ou.edu/worldlit/01_2011/lightman.html}, } But he is haunted by reminders of the two people who ignited his passion to understand religion: his teacher Jonas Elijah Klapper, a renowned literary scholar with a suspicious obsession with messianism, and an angelic six-year-old mathematical genius, heir to the leadership of an exotic Hasidic sect. title = {Demons Dreamers and Madmen}, } Reprinted in The Prairie Schooner Anthology of Contemporary American Jewish Writing, University of Nebraska Press, 1998. year = {2005}, year = {1997}, title = {Review of Robert Richardson{\textquoteright}s {\textquotedblleft}William James: In the Maelstrom of American Modernism{\textquotedblright}}, @newspaperarticle {18725, @article {357456, title = {Incompleteness: The Proof and Paradox of Kurt G{\"o}del}, year = {2011}, } year = {2005}, title = {Writers with Wombs}, year = {2012} @article {24737, . . author = {Rebecca Goldstein} And what would Plato make of Google, and the idea that knowledge can be crowdsourced rather than reasoned out by experts? year = {1989}, We will be updating this post with your stories. journal = {Jewcy}, publisher = {Random House}, Notwithstanding a few head-scratchers among his cabinet and staffing picks, Joe Biden is being hailed as a paragon of conventionality after years of chaos and discord. title = {Interview in Edge}, } booktitle = {What we believe but cannot prove: Today{\textquoteright}s leading thinkers on science in the age of certainty}, year = {2006}, “Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s Plato at the Googleplex offers an ambitious apologia for philosophy against its naysayers through a detailed engagement with the ideas of its founding father.It is, quite simply, a tour de force: erudite, intelligent, insightful and beautifully written. organization = {Signet Classics} author = {Rebecca Goldstein} journal = {The New York Sun}, @article {475471, journal = {The Humanist}, publisher = {Palgrave}, "I do feel exhausted": Kate Middleton on parenting in pandemic Sophie, Grammy-nominated Scottish musician, has died at 34 Reddit posters make … pages = {5-27}, volume = {34}, @newspaperarticle {18724, @article {163651, title = {The Hard Problem of Consciousness and the Solitude of the Poet}, @article {626010, author = {Clifford Sosis} booktitle = {Commentary}, year = {2020} "}, note = {Part 1: } The Pandemic Is Changing How Jewish Charities Give Money Venerable philanthropies are loosening their rules and prioritizing social services over flashier causes. booktitle = {Me, My Hair, and I: Twenty-Seven Women Untangle an Obsession,}, How would he mediate a debate between a Freudian psychoanalyst and a Tiger Mom on how to raise the perfect child? organization = {Schocken}, title = {"The Rapunzel Complex"}, The Wall Street Journal, April 18-19, 2020, C4 Well, yes, I think that the humanities are floundering, to a certain extent, and there are many who say that they … How do consumers react to widespread threats versus local ones? journal = {Social Research: An International Quarterly}, note = {Reissued by The University of Wisconsin Press, 2000 } month = {10/14/2010}, @article {358921, @inbook {18747, Anyone who’s done an undergraduate degree in philosophy will have been made to read the great philosophers of the past—the 16th and 17th-century rationalists and empiricists, certainly, probably some Kant, and in all likelihood Plato and Aristotle as well. Live My name is Dana Goldstein with me today is Rebecca Nichols from United Way and we are just about ready to get started. @inbook {163666, . Praise “Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s Plato at the Googleplex offers an ambitious apologia for philosophy against its naysayers through a detailed engagement with the ideas of its founding father.It is, quite simply, a tour de force: erudite, intelligent, insightful and beautifully written. year = {2017}, journal = {Salon}, volume = {85}, By now, you have likely heard about different variants that first raised trouble in the … } url = {http://www.nybooks.com/articles/2015/12/17/how-good-can-you-be/} @book {18628, url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/proud-atheists}, year = {2014}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} } number = {June}, title = {Rabbinical Eyes}, title = {New Afterword}, year = {2010}, month = {12/11/2010}, title = {Truth and Imagination}, } @inbook {18732, } author = {Rebecca Goldstein} organization = {Pantheon Books}, organization = {Viking}, @magazinearticle {669304, booktitle = {New Traditions}, editor = {Ruth Ellenson} year = {2010}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} Politics has been at the core of how governments have prepared for and responded to this crisis. author = {Rebecca Goldstein} Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our guest was not recorded in a studio. . journal = {The New York Times Book Review}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, @article {358901, @magazinearticle {18710, } organization = {Dutton}, title = {Hearts Full of Sorrow (Review of Nicole Krauss{\textquoteright}s "Great House")}, This is philosopher-novelist Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s hook in her audacious new book Plato at the Googleplex, ... Plato may lack the scientific trappings of Aristotle… I was putting it down and did not want to go back to it. journal = {New York Observer}, Praise “Rebecca Newberger Goldstein’s Plato at the Googleplex offers an ambitious apologia for philosophy against its naysayers through a detailed engagement with the ideas of its founding father.It is, quite simply, a tour de force: erudite, intelligent, insightful and beautifully written. By March 27, over 23,000 cases were confirmed, which rose to 30,765 by March 29. author = {Rebecca Newberger Goldstein and Phillip Goff} Her book focuses on the life of the “greatest logician since Aristotle”. author = {Rebecca Goldstein} Meet the man who could be America’s first second gentleman (or whatever he’s going to be called). title = {\ How Philosophy Makes Progress}, publisher = {Atlas Books/Norton}, journal = {Wall Street Journal}, booktitle = {Who We Are}, year = {2016}, journal = {Big Think}, } title = {Proud Atheists (Interview with Steven Pinker)}, . booktitle = {Promised Lands}, year = {2014}, number = {15}, @website {475486, year = {2019}, title = {Every Claim for Reason Ever Made}, journal = {Wall Street Journal}, @webarticle {18781, year = {2005}, journal = {Nature}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} title = {"Is The US Too Democratic? title = {PLATO AT THE GOOGLEPLEX: Why Philosophy Won{\textquoteright}t Go Away}, http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/new-york-sun-interview-part-2 } } journal = {Free Inquiry}, journal = {Big Think }, journal = {New York Times}, Dale Gentry Executive Director of Disciple Science and Associate Professor of Biology at University of Northwestern - St. Paul Saint Paul, Minnesota 500+ connections publisher = {The Toby Press}, year = {2005}, month = {10/15/2007}, publisher = {Pantheon}, }, @inbook {24734, The global pandemic has epitomized both the need for authenticity in content and virtualization of traditional channels. year = {2010}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} @magazinearticle {18743, This includes the additional spent time with potential perpetrators, the worsening … } } year = {2007}, organization = {Pantheon}, @newspaperarticle {18719, publisher = {Schocken}, author = {Rebecca Newberger Goldstein} year = {2006}, What Would Aristotle Do in a Pandemic? It is not an easy book to read, as well. } month = {09/18/2006}, How would he answer a neuroscientist who, about to scan Plato{\textquoteright}s brain, argues that science has definitively answered the questions of free will and moral agency? title = {The Two Cultures}, title = {On the Seventh Day (review of Judith Shulevitz{\textquoteright}s "The Sabbath World")}, pages = {1-7}, @inbook {18735, North Point Press/Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2004. As he embarks on a multicity speaking tour, Goldstein asks: how would Plato handle a host on FOX News who denies that there can be morality without religion? } year = {1999}, In facing the pandemic, thinkers like Aristotle, Kant and Mill can help us think more clearly about the moral dilemmas we face, writes philosopher Rebecca Goldstein. organization = {Houghton Mifflin}, I'm a tax attorney with the low income taxpayer clinic, a community legal aid services with me today is Rebecca Nicholas Hi Rebecca um who operates a volunteer income tax assistance site at … author = {Rebecca Goldstein} } Submit here. url = {http://www.jewcy.com/post/a_kibitz_on_pure_reason?page=0}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} ), Face to Face: Women Writers on Faith, Mysticism, and Awakening. volume = {38}, By Rebecca Newberger Goldstein March 16, 2014 9:15 pm March 16, ... to Aeschylus and Aristotle. url = {http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/17/books/review/Goldstein-t.html}, } } Answers by ⁦, What Would Aristotle Do in a Pandemic? The coronavirus variants are, in a word, confusing. title = {Against Logic}, booktitle = {Oxford Handbook of Spinoza}, year = {2017}, 2. year = {2018}, }, By Shira Hanau January 5, … title = {Theory, Literature, Hoax}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} title = {The Late-Summer Passion of a Woman of Mind}, } author = {Rebecca Goldstein} } Hilarious, heartbreaking, and intellectually captivating, it is a luminous and intoxicating novel. Rebecca Newberger Goldstein: What Plato Can Teach Us by John Derbyshire Prospect Magazine. ), Out of the Garden: Women Writers on The Bible. journal = {New York Times Book Review }, organization = {Random House}, }, publisher = {Signet Classics}, Bill Gates talks best (and worst) case scenarios for the coronavirus pandemic in the months ahead, explaining the challenges of reducing virus transmission, providing an update on promising vaccine candidates, offering his thoughts on reopening and even taking a moment to address conspiracy theories circulating about himself. journal = {The Humanist}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} author = {Rebecca Goldstein} } "}, Wall Street’s short sellers have cut their losses in GameStop. That might be an understatement. title = {Making Athens Great Again}, journal = {What Is It Like To Be A Philosopher}, New York City had become the worst … volume = {December}, month = {03/06/2010}, title = {Ano Novo: 5 raz{\~o}es pelas quais 2020 tamb{\'e}m nos deu motivos para esperan{\c c}a, apesar de tudo}, (William Morrow, 1996. Yes and no, happily}, journal = {New York Times Book Review}, url = {https://www.secularhumanism.org/index.php/articles/8609} title = {Contribution to World Question Center 2005}, year = {2014} year = {1993}, } journal = {The Humanist}, volume = {1}, As of right now, there is no cure but it is the most deadly pandemic in the world, ranking first among the causes of death throughout Africa and certain third world countries, followed closely by tuberculosis. booktitle = {Spinoza On Monism }, title = {"What Would Aristotle Do In A Pandemic? @book {18625, ), Growing up Jewish. journal = {Edge: The Third Culture}, @magazinearticle {588651, } @inbook {24736, The S.E.C.’s chief-to-be faces a … journal = {New York Times Book Review}, year = {1991}, @inbook {18749, month = {03/20/2010}, I might not know what Aristotle meant, either, but I get the metaphor at 68, two weeks shy of 69, as I didn’t at 27. month = {July 2016} booktitle = {Beginning Anew: A Woman{\textquoteright}s Companion to the High Holidays}, month = {07/29/2006}, url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/groping-phantasms}, year = {2010}, url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/theory-literature-hoax}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} } title = {The Afterlife of Skeptics}, } @article {24732, @book {146541, The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City was confirmed in New York City in March 2020, though later research showed the virus had been circulating since January, with cases of community transmission confirmed as early as February. booktitle = {Great Dialogues of Plato }, — “In the current pandemic crisis, thinkers like Aristotle, Kant and Mill can help us think more clearly about the moral dilemmas we face,” writes philosopher Rebecca Goldstein. year = {2010}, url = {https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/39315} Special issue of Maggid}, Critic Reviews "Dennis Holland has his work cut out for him as he must create a vocal identity for Plato and a … url = {http://www.edge.org/q2005/q05_3.html}, title = {When Clarity Isn{\textquoteright}t a Virtue}, url = {https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/29/books/review/fatal-discord-michael-massing.html} volume = {LXII}, volume = {LXII}, title = {A Kibitz on Pure Reason (dialogue with Michael Weiss)}, address = {New York}, title = {The Scientists and The Philosophers Should Be Friends}, By 2004, the HIV/AIDS pandemic had claimed the lives of 529,113 people, with more than 940,000 cases reported. } Reprinted in Ilan Stavins (Ed. year = {2002}, number = {Spring}, journal = {NEST}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} @book {18626, year = {1997}, In the latter, it's a pandemic. author = {Rebecca Goldstein} With a philosopher’s depth and a novelist’s imagination and wit, Goldstein probes the deepest issues confronting us by allowing us to eavesdrop on Plato as he takes on the modern world.” In a recent interview with The Atlantic , Rebecca discusses how Plato would have reacted to a world dominated by social media as well as cinema and television: “He’d be … title = {The Seed Salon}, pages = {41-47} year = {2018}, @article {18742, } editor = {B. Bryson} Or Mill and Kant? @inbook {163661, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} title = {You Must Read This: Saul Bellow{\textquoteright}s Letters}, month = {12/17/2006}, month = {17 Mar 2007}, title = {Review of Deborah Blum{\textquoteright}s {\textquotedblleft}Ghost Hunters: William James and the Search for Scientific Proof of Life After Death{\textquotedblright}}, year = {2020}, url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/seventh-day}, Goldstein’s achievement . Rebecca Goldstein, a representative from the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit Men Can Stop Rape, led a discussion about what men can do to combat rape culture. Goldstein’s achievement . @webarticle {18770, journal = {Free Inquiry}, title = {Dark Afterthoughts on Fiction and the Self}, organization = {Random House}, Many churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples have offered worship through livestream amidst the pandemic.. organization = {Trinity College}, organization = {Nextbooks/Schocken}, @article {526356, Politics has been at the core of how governments have prepared for and responded to this crisis. author = {Rebecca Goldstein} Philosophy can help us navigate the moral dilemmas of the Covid-19 crisis. With scholarly depth and a novelist{\textquoteright}s imagination and wit, she probes the deepest issues confronting our time, by allowing us to understand the source of Plato{\textquoteright}s theories, and to eavesdrop as he takes on the modern world. "}, Connect with friends, family and other people you know. publisher = {John Templeton Foundation}, . A disease becomes pandemic when it spreads beyond a region to infect large numbers of people worldwide Eg: The Black Death was one of the worst pandemics in human history, killing at least 75 million people on three continents The Franco-Prussian War triggered a smallpox pandemic of 1870-1875 that claimed 500,000 lives. journal = {NPR online}, title = {Writers on Writing: Carried From the Couch on the Wings of Enchantment}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, note = {Reprinted in Prairie Schooner, Spring, 1997. title = {Literary Spinoza}, http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/new-york-sun-interview-part-3 Viruses that have caused past pandemics … journal = {BBC World}, journal = {Big Think}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein} This episode contains spoilers so make sure to watch the whole series before listening or reading on. } title = {"5 Answers," in Science and Religion: 5 Questions, edited by Gregg D. Caruso, Automatic Press}, title = {"What Philosophers Really Know"}, . Reprinted in Linda Hogan \& Brenda Peterson (Eds. . title = {Does Moral Action Depend on Reasoning? Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in 1971, and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or … Here's who I think would rise to the challenge. Since the pandemic is a society-level experience unlike others in the recent past, it raises the question of how consumers deal with communal threats. url = {http://scholar.harvard.edu/rgoldstein/content/rebecca-goldstein-novels-ideas}, year = {2010}, 1st amendment guarantees the right to assemble & practice religion but what happens when religious assemblies spread the virus to others? She holds a Ph.D. in philosophy of science from Princeton University, and is sometimes grouped with novelists such as Richard Powers and Alan Lightman, who create fiction that is knowledgeable of, and … } } author = {Alan Lightman, Rebecca Goldstein} year = {1993}, volume = {37}, organization = {Free Press}, title = {Review of {\textquotedblleft}Philosophy Made Simple{\textquotedblright} by Robert Hellenga}, note = {Reprinted in Christina Buchman and Celina Spiegel (Eds. journal = {Butterflies and Wheels}, author = {Rebecca Goldstein}, } @newspaperarticle {18716, booktitle = {The Modern Jewish Girl{\textquoteright}s Guide to Guilt}, journal = {New Scientist}, @webarticle {18782, } } title = {Gifts of The Last Night}, Relief wings of religious … Rebecca Goldstein, a philosopher writing in the Wall Street Journal recently, briefly reviewed how three ancient and modern philosophers—Aristotle, Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill—would consider the proposition that the lives of some should be risked or sacrificed for the hypothesized benefit of an amorphous many. 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