In this article, I identify and explores several rabbinic conceptions of everyday redemption including 1-mirror play, 2-deep dialogue, and 3-and the institutionalization of Torah study. The article also briefly discusses the inherent and dangerous temptation of overreaching and demanding an otherworldly redemption (Redemption with a capital R) in the here and now. The article concludes with a description of some practical contemporary examples of everyday redemption in business.
Pava, M.L. (2019), "Everyday Redemption: Performances of Hope", Schwartz, M., Harris, H. and Comer, D.R. (Ed.) The Next Phase of Business Ethics: Celebrating 20 Years of REIO (Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, Vol. 21), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 81-101. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1529-209620190000021010Download as .RIS
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