Yehoyada Amir

Yehoyada Amir is a professor of modern Jewish thought at Hebrew Union College – Jerusalem and the director of HUC’s Israel Rabbinic Program. He studied at Hebrew University, from which he received his Ph.D., the Conservative Seminary of Judaic Studies (current: The Schechter Institute), and the Humboldt University of Berlin.His attention is drawn to religious, humanistic approaches to Jewish existence in light of modernity. He published three books: Reason out of Faith: The Philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig, A Small Still Voice: Theological Critical Reflections, The Philosophy of Nachman Krochmal.


International Conference
Rosenzweig für Anfänger / Rosenzweig for beginners
4- 5. jun 2012.
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