Tue 14 August 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Drama - Nahalat Binyamin 52, Tel Aviv,
On Tuesday, August 14, we will have a different intellectual and intellectual session with two lectures (about 45 minutes each): one is a philosophy of Jeremy Fogel and the other is from the field of neuroscience of Dr. Keren Ben Yitzhak on Friedrich Nietzsche.
An evening of two lectures on Nietzsche: one by the philosopher Jeremy Fogel who will lecture on some of the most brilliant ideas of the brilliant philosopher on the ethics of slaves and moral masters, vitality and life, and the second by Dr. Keren Ben Yitzhak, a neuroscientist, The importance of pain and suffering, masters and slaves, confirmed or disproved by recent findings in the neuroscience.
Dr. Keren Ben-Itzhak is a graduate of the Brain Research Center at Bar-Ilan University. She holds a PhD in neuroscience and an MA in experimental research psychology.
Jeremy Fogel is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Jewish Philosophy at Tel Aviv University, and holds a BA in philosophy from the University of Cambridge and an MA in philosophy of religion, summa cum laude at Tel Aviv University.