(For many years, Dr. Luria taught medieval European literature and religion at Temple University in Philadelphia , later also teaching in Tokyo. His translation and edition of Rabbi Benamozegh's "Israel and Humanity" was published in 1995 by Paulist Press.)
==Chapter I: Seeking to mend the fractures that divide us==
Many Jews in our day, like many of our brethren of other tribes, are seeking to mend the fractures that divide us from ourselves and from others, and to find ways to heal the wounds that afflict us only six decades after the Holocaust and the rebirth of Israel. Amid these efforts, an idealistic, scholarly nineteenth-century rabbi from Livorno seems, to some, to provide a beacon of hope and humanity.
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