What the Talmud Can Teach Us About How to Argue with Each Other

By Daniella Greenbaum Davis. Op-Ed, The Washington Post April 17, 2019

Daniella Greenbaum Davis, Nishmat Shana Ba’Aretz ’13, is a Spectator USA columnist and a senior contributor for The Federalist.

Lately, it feels as though Americans can agree on only one thing: We don’t disagree very well. What’s needed is a crash course in debate, a manual for how to rationally, practically and productively disagree with one another. Fortunately, we Jews have one. It’s called the Talmud. Continue >>