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Topics: Psychology & Jewish Thought - 15413 - JPHI 4935H - M
_Course Description_ This course will explore the connections between Torah sources and modern psychological theories and research on essential topics of human nature. Topics will cut to the core of what it means to be ...
Philo. of Rav Soloveitchik - 14183 - JPHI 1845 - G
Course Objectives The religious philosophy of R. Soloveitchik has significantly impacted the modern orthodox Jewish community as well as the trajectory of contemporary Jewish thought. Understanding and appreciating why ...
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 ...
Intro to Jewish Philosophy - 14097 - JPHI 1131 - F
Course Objectives 1. This course allows students to engage with fundamental questions about Jewish thought that pertain to critical issues, such as: ● Should our religious beliefs be based upon rational arguments or ...
JPHI 1131 - EM Introduction to Jewish Philosophy
Objectives of the course This semester we will focus on a variety of significant topics in Jewish thought. Through studying the writings of seminal Jewish thinkers from both the medieval and modern periods, we will ...
JPHI 4931 - FGW Topics: Human Nature & Jewish Thought
Objectives of the course This semester, we will focus on various conceptions of human nature and the significant role that these conceptions assume in shaping theological and religious categories. Our study of this ...