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?
On the relationship between philosophy and Judaism.
The story of Hebrew religious literature in the era of the printed word.
“The land in Torah isn’t passive; it has its own connection to God and to us.”
Isn’t such behavior self-evidently wrong? And why the deaf in particular?
The Torah repeatedly mandates care for orphans (along with widows and the poor), most notably by creating a special tithe to be given them and. . .
One of the great debates about Moses Maimonides’ philosophical magnum opus, the Guide of the Perplexed, concerns the degree to which it should be taken. . .