Rabbi Steinsaltz will look at how humanity's relationship with nature teaches us about how we perceive ourselves, and how we treat others. The "ecology" of how our society behaves informs each of our individual struggles to find meaning and place within the natural world around us. In turn, Jewish texts can help us make sense of those relationships, leading us to discoveries about what makes us human, and what makes humans special.
Dr. Daniel Fainstein is Dean and Professor of Jewish Studies and Education at the Hebraica University in Mexico City. He was educated in Buenos Aires, Jerusalem, and the National Autonomous University of Mexico where he got his PhD. He served... Read More
Michaël Sebban enseigne le Zohar et la Kabbale à Paris. Il dirige le site www.beithazohar.com et travaille actuellement sur une nouvelle traduction du Zohar en français. Il a aussi enseigné la philosophie au lycée et est l’auteur de plusieurs romans,... Read More