This book offers a new approach to understanding the thought of one of the most fascinating personalities in Hasidism in particular and in Jewish life and thought in general - Rabbi Nachman of Breslov.
Is there really Freedom? By following the philosophical debate on this issue, the book probes the ethical and existential aspirations of opposing theoretical views, and advances an inspiring vision of human freedom firmly embedded within nature.
The subject of this book is the analysis of the meaning of halakhic loyalty. Is religious loyalty exclusive? Is it up to the faithful to be obedient or to shape the world as sovereigns who should not give up their autonomy?
Jacques Lacan is known not only as a revolutionary and significant psychoanalyst, but also as the most controversial psychoanalyst since Freud. His psychoanalytical theory, founded on the basic Freudian concepts, introduces a new and unique set ...