Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Does Our Future Depend On More Dialogue? Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says we glorify the individual at the expense of the group. Sacks believes our future depends on returning to our communities — and the key to getting there is dialogue.
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Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Does Our Future Depend On More Dialogue?

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Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Does Our Future Depend On More Dialogue?

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Does Our Future Depend On More Dialogue?

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Does Our Future Depend On More Dialogue?

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Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode Dialogue And Exchange.

About Rabbi Jonathan Sacks' TED Talk

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says we glorify the individual at the expense of the group. Sacks believes our future depends on returning to our communities — and the key to getting there is dialogue.

About Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks is a prominent religious leader and the author of more than 30 books. He served as the Chief Rabbi of the U.K. and Commonwealth for 22 years — he stepped down in 2013. He also serves in the British House of Lords and was the winner of the 2016 Templeton Prize.