The Particular & the Universal

An important reason that Wiesel emerged as a respected moral voice is that he embodied the classic Jewish insistence that particularism and universalism are not opposites but complements:

Those

grounded

in their own identity

are

best-positioned

to express

their common humanity

with others.

More, here.

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