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The APJ is pleased to present a correspondence between Professor Yehuda Gellman and Professor Tamar Ross. Some of the original text has been redacted by the authors, as indicated by ellipses. This is a work in progess – not to cited without permission!!! Email 1 From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, September 18, 2015 12:05 PM […]
With thanks to the editor of TUMJ, please click here for a copy of Harris’s paper. For responses by commentators and reply by Harris, please click here
The Herzl Institute is delighted to announce a conference on the topic: What Does ‘Torah From Heaven’ Mean? CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: William J. Abraham (Southern Methodist University) Joshua Amaru (Yeshivat Eretz Hazvi) Shawn Zelig Aster (Bar-Ilan University) Richard Briggs (Durham University) Jonathan Burnside (University of Bristol) Shalom Carmy (Yeshiva University) C. John (“Jack”) Collins (Covenant Theological […]
Call for Abstracts 3rd Annual Theistic Ethics Workshop College of William and Mary October 5-7, 2017 Confirmed Speakers: Laura Ekstrom (College of William and Mary) Dan Moller (University of Maryland) Mark Murphy (Georgetown University) Mark Schroeder (University of Southern California) Rebecca Stangl (University of Virginia) Goal: Contemporary philosophy of religion has been richly informed by […]
The symposium centers on chapters 1 & 6 of Ken’s book: Chapter 1 Footnotes to Chapter 1 Chapter 6 Footnotes to Chapter 6 (Permission kindly granted by JPS) Commentators include: Shira Weiss (Yeshiva University) Michael Fagenblat (Open University of Israel) James Diamond (Waterloo) For comments by the above, please click here For Ken’s replies, please […]
Jewish Philosophical Theology Young Scholars Summer Workshop The Herzl Institute, Jerusalem June 12-22, 2017 Project Directors: Yoram Hazony and Joshua Weinstein The Jewish Philosophical Theology project invites applications from graduate students and recent PhDs for a Young Scholars Bible and Philosophy Workshop in Jerusalem on June 12-22, 2017. Up to 20 students will be accepted […]
Between Athens and Pumpeditha? Philosophy intends the universal, the ideal, the abstract; Talmud is rooted in the real, in the concrete situation of a people in history. And yet the academy is witnessing a burgeoning interest in the possibilities for fruitful conversation between the two – what philosophy might have to say to Talmud, […]
Call for abstracts: ENGAGING LEON ROTH A conference hosted by the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto and sponsored by the Leon Roth Foundation Conference dates: May 15th-17th 2017 INVITED SPEAKERS: Leora Batnitzky (Princeton) – Julie Cooper (Tel Aviv) – Samuel Fleischacker (UIC) – Paul Franks (Yale) – Chaim Gans […]
The Open University of Israel is looking for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to work on a project funded by the Israel Science Foundation, “Analyzing Levinas: Second-Person Normativity and the Metaphysics of Mind”. The project is headed by Dr. Michael Fagenblat of the Department of History, Philosophy and Jewish Studies.
Special Issue on Talmudic Hermeneutics http://studiahumana.com/news,Special-Issue-on-Talmudic-Hermeneutics.html Studia Humana invites contributions to our workshop on “Philosophy and History of Talmudic Logic”. All accepted papers will be published electronically in Studia Humana as well as in a special volume of a book series “Studies in Talmudic Logic (לוגיקה תלמודית)”. Philosophy and History of Talmudic Logic Affiliated Workshop […]