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Still, for many Jews who were raised observant, the kosher rules help form a sense of what is taboo to eat, and what is normal.

Some, for example, won't eat meat from unkosher animals, even though they'll eat meat that's not ritually slaughtered.

The first is the kosher laws, a set of food dos and don'ts, first recorded in the Hebrew Bible in the book of Leviticus and later elaborated by the rabbis in the Talmud.

Most Jews today do not follow these rules about what animals to eat, how they should be slaughtered and prepared, and which foods may be eaten together.

Internet discussion on this topic has been very heated so we intend to enforce quite a restrictive comments policy. Here’s what I thought it was: a member of a marginalized group within our profession (a pre-tenure woman) published a paper; a group of philosophers were angry about the paper; those same philosophers signed an open letter to issued an apology for publishing the paper; another group of philosophers rallied in defence of paper’s author, against both the journal and the group of philosophers who were angry about the paper in the first place.

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