By Emanuele Severino
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Shall reiurn to them on another occasion. Meanwhile I permit myself a preliminary comment. One solution, very unpopular among Jews today, is the universalist solution in which the individual thinks of himself as a Jew by unfortunate accident but as a human being by enlightened choice. He usually looks to some form of universal democratic socialism in the future where the difference between Jew and non-Jew will forever disappear. This dream has its noble features, but it overlooks the fact that human beings live as Jews and non-Jews here and now and will continue to do so for a long time to come; that the dream itself is based upon the acceptance of differences among men and not on the hope of an undifferentiated unity; and that the microbes of anti-Semitism infect even movements which do not officially allow for its existence.
A CESARE E A DIO by Emanuele Severino