Important People in Beautiful Souls

Eyal Press
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Eyal Press

Eyal Press is the author of the book Beautiful Souls: The Courage and Conscience of Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times. Press has not only written the book, but includes himself in the book as well, from conducting interviews with those he writes about, to giving his own opinion on things, such as the debate over Israeli-Palestinian land claims. Press does his best to remain neutral in the book, allowing moral actors to speak for themselves. Press does come to make a moral judgment later in the book, however, when he says that Israelis who believe they have a religious right to remain in disputed lands are wrong and unimaginative. Press hopes his book will inspire further acts of moral conscience, and will help change the world for the better.

Paul Gruninger

Paul Gruninger was the head of state police in St. Gallen, Switzerland, and disobeyed anti-Jewish...

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