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Harvard professor Stephen Greenblatt won the Pulitzer Prize for a book that answers the question, and shares his ideas in a conversation with Haaretz.
Jurgen Habermas is worried about the 'mania for privatization' and the widening gap between the many poor and the few super-rich.
On what would have been his 120th birthday, Haaretz takes a closer look at the days leading up to the German-Jewish philosopher's death and the mystery surrounding it.
When aid groups channel millions to brutal dictators, it's time to ask whether the damage outweighs the benefits.