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Eastern European Jewish Thought - 15081 - JPHI 1815 - P
Course objective: The student will learn to critically examine the thought of Rabbi Schneur Zalman and his key terms. Students will develop the ability to interpret Chassidic texts and to understand the historic context ...
Chasidut - 15082 - JPHI 1825 - N
Course Syllabus: The student will learn about the history and key terms of the Chassidic movement. Students will learn how to critically examine the philosophy of the Chassidic masters, as well as understand the historic ...
JPHI 1372 - N Polish Hasidism
Course Description: Studying the unique texts and ideas of Polish Chassidut with a primary focus on Shem Mishmuel and Sefat Emet on the parashah. Student Learning Objectives: The student will critically examine the ...
JPHI 1825 – P Chassidut
Course Description: An Introduction to the Chassidic movement and its primary Torah ideas. Student Learning Objectives: The student will critically examine the historical background, basic concepts, and key terms of ...
JPHI 1843: Contemporary Jewish Philosophy
(Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-09)
The course will explore some of the most recent Chassidic Masters and their Chassidic Thought. Students will study texts written by Rav Moshe Wolfson, students of Rav Yitzchok Meir Morgenstern, Rav Elimelech Biderman, ...