Articles by: Yoni Molad

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Putting Syria Back Together Again by Firas Massouh, Yoni Molad and Stephen Pascoe

A response to Jeremy Salt

Informit: Zionism: An unfinished revolution?

'How do you say modernism in Hebrew?' In a recent study published in Israel, the history and achievements of Israeli-or Hebrew-modernist art, music, architecture and literature were documented and discussed under the title 'How Do You Say Modernism in Hebrew?' Clearly, the authors felt that despite the rich modernist artistic heritage of modern Hebrew culture, the status of modernism in Israeli culture is under-appreciated or misunderstood and its rehabilitation an important intellectual task. However, they…

Informit: Putting Syria back together again

A response to Jeremy SaltJeremy Salt's essay on Syria published in this edition of 'Arena Magazine' is a misguided contribution to the debate on recent events in that country. Salt's central contention is that the Syrian revolution is not a genuine popular uprising, but instead something more sinister. His essay constructs a rather elaborate theory, the essence of which can be expressed as follows: that the people of Syria who have chosen the path of…

Informit: Self-help philosophy

The opening of a non-academic, independent school of philosophy in Melbourne should be cause for celebration. Tucked away just off of Smith St in Collingwood, the Australian branch of the London-based School of Life has been open for registration and running classes from late January till early March.

Informit: Zionism: An unfinished revolution?

In a recent and fascinating study published in Israel, the history and achievements of Israeli - or Hebrew - modernist art, music, architecture and literature have been documented and discussed under the title 'How Do You Say Modernism in Hebrew?' Clearly, the authors and editors of the collection felt that, despite the rich modernist artistic heritage of modern Hebrew culture, the status of modernism in Israeli culture is still underappreciated or misunderstood and its rehabilitation…