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 book presents a description of Purim celebrations in Tel-Aviv and their development from the end of Ottoman period until their cessation in 1936 and highlights the unique role of the concept of tradition in the creation of the new nation.
Winner of the Rabbi Moshe Malka Prize for Torah Literature!! Shadal is regarded as the first of the modern Jewish commentators. The book sets out his outlook in terms of his exegetical and critical approach and his beliefs lying behind it.
This book includes articles on Rashi and his disciples that expand on the study of Rashi – questions of interpretation, thought, law, language, poetry and history associated with the works of Rashi and his disciples.
This book deals with fundamental questions of Ibn Ezra’s methodology, polemical pressures and the quest for truth, criticism and conservatism, his attitude to history and science, and the history of supercommentaries to his interpretation.
This book questions the meaning of moral discourse and of the place of literature and philosophy in the context of the inner moral domain, and aims to expose the therapeutic possibilities found in reading and writing literature and philosophy.
This exceptional new edition of 'Mikra'ot Gedolot' is based on the most accurate manuscript The Aleppo Codex. Among the innovations and improvements incorporated are: Thousands of flaws of the previous and current editions have been ...