Chris Angelini (frobozz) wrote,
Chris Angelini


Finished another audio course on my way to/from work: Jewish Intellectual History: 16th to 20th century, taught by Professor David Ruderman.

Very interesting course; a good survey of the various movements of Jewish thought, both orthodox and secular. Had a problem with the professor that's probably just peculiar to me: I had to focus hard, or my mind would drift a little while he was talking. I've had this with other professors in the past, so I know it's not necessarily that he's boring.

I didn't realise that a *lot* of the action in this field took place in Germany over the course of quite a few years. I also got insight into some really thought-provoking ways to think about God.
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