Dec 1, 2023
On the one hand, "Jewish cuisine" or "Jewish food" is difficult to define, because it is influenced by the foods in the many countries where Jews have emigrated to, and it's as diverse and adaptive as the Jewish people themselves.
On the other hand, there is indeed something we can call "Jewish food," characterized by...
Nov 24, 2023
Many people think of “veganism” as a new reactionary trend against what we call factory farming, but for centuries, men and women have been thinking about, writing about, and expressing distress over the violence inherent in killing animals for human use and consumption.
My personal veganism is part of a long...
Nov 20, 2023
In today's (as always ad-free) podcast episode, your host Colleen Patrick-Goudreau explores the profound concept of magnanimity and its application to everyday living, drawing inspiration from the teachings of Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas.
Delving into the philosophical roots of magnanimity, we unravel its significance...
Nov 10, 2023
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Nov 1, 2023
Why are certain animals synonymous with Halloween — bats, rats, owls, spiders, ravens, crows, toads, wolves, and...black cats? Why are black cats associated with witches? Did Pope Gregory IX issue a papal bull during the 13th century that called for the mass extermination of black cats? What’s the history behind all...