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He gave full support to the BDS boycott of Israel movement as well as an ardent backer of those who rejected Israeli academics from scholarly acceptance.His scientific brilliance didn’t translate into an understanding of the moral and ethical aspects of the Arab agenda of hatred against the Jewish people.Just because Hawking was a genius in his field didn’t make him infallible when it came to areas beyond his specialty.This was illustrated all too clearly when Hawking became involved politically as a vocal supporter of the Palestinian movement.People continue to make the mistake Paul Johnson, a leading British historian and author, fascinatingly identifies in his mind-boggling book, Intellectuals.Johnson tells the stories of the great minds of the 18 centuries, people such as Rousseau and Marx and Ibsen and Tolstoy and Hemingway and Sartre and Orwell and Baldwin and Chomsky and others…Brilliance doesn’t travel well across other borders of wisdom than its own specialty.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech, a frequent contributor to Aish, is a Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University and an internationally recognized educator, religious leader, and lecturer.all of whom, as it turns out, “without an exception were miserable people who lived deplorable lives and many of them were guilty of depravity and severe anti-social behavior.” Rousseau, who provided the modern ideas of education and the critique of capitalism, was paranoid, selfish, and had five children whom he placed in an orphanage – where the death rate was over 90% – as soon as they were born.Percy Bysshe Shelley, the great English poet, used poetry to spread political and moral messages – but he also married a 16 year old, who four years later he dumped for another woman, after which his first wife committed suicide.Not only should they be kept well away from the levers of power, they should also be objects of particular suspicion when they seek to offer collective advice." Genius has its limitations.I do not suggest that Hawking was similarly guilty of personal moral failings.
Three, if you are lucky enough to find love, remember it is there and don't throw it away.” And on living with a disability, in an interview with the New York Times, he said, “My advice to other disabled people would be, concentrate on things your disability doesn't prevent you doing well, and don't regret the things it interferes with.