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In a mystical, Hasidic, or stoner interpretation, Purim represents a chance to see beyond the duality of good and evil. Author Joseph Rosen explains why we should all get wasted with the enemy, and just how hard that can be.

Read Joseph Rosen’s compelling defense of the age-old Jewish love for self-hatred. Is this a good thing? What is a “nomadic Jewish ethics” and how might it guide how we live morally, and, make the world laugh more?