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Like most wild ideas, it all began during a lively discussion in a philosophy class. The location was the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium, a high school in Tel Aviv that’s more than a century old. The teacher was Dr. Ze’ev Degani who, as school principal, was playing double duty teaching philosophy.