The former seeks answers; the latter seeks the questions that can help situate human beings existentially and rationally within the universe.
Solomon ibn Gabirol’s azharot.
Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s answer.
An alternative to rationalism.
Featuring Maimonides and Don DeLillo.
For this 14th-century rabbi, the Torah’s laws were only quasi-divine.
The legacy of a 10th-century sage.
Philosophy and mysticism may be closer than they appear.
In memory of a great Jewish thinker.
Neither was a cynical atheist.
A new book takes on the philosopher’s influence.
Would a patient by another name really be as sick?