A midrashic approach to dreams?
“I can heartily recommend the Gestapo to everyone.”
“A sign of my appreciation towards . . . the poet and fighter for our people’s human rights.”
Erich Neumannn and the “spiritual crisis” of modern Jewry.
Louise Bourgeois, artist without context.
Sigmund Freud over the Holy One of Israel.
Genius and Anxiety.
Moses, murder, and the Jewish psyche.
The Jewish itch to believe in universal substitutes for Judaism.
The twin titans of the modern mind.
An antidote to the narcissistic culture of our day.
After a friend comes to him with a strange dream, Philologos wonders if the unconscious mind can do Hebrew numerology.
Trained by Freud, he helped bring psychoanalysis to both Germany and Palestine—and may have been a hired Soviet killer. What else do we know, and. . .
Whether due to public scorn or intense self-awareness, professional philosophers are catching up with Jews in the propensity for self-deprecation.