Thu 25 October 2018 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Brodt Tel Aviv - Zeitlin 22, Tel Aviv, FREE
An opening event and a panel with the participation of authors Naomi Kasher and Asa Kasher and under the guidance of Prof. Meron Isaacson.
The writings of Yeshayahu Leibowitz have fascinated us for the past fifty years, the essence of which is the Jewish religion, the Jewish people and the State of Israel. Leibowitz’s philosophy is worthy of the attention of anyone who has a great interest in Judaism and philosophy.
This book contains twenty articles written by Naomi Kasher and Asa Kasher on Leibowitz’s philosophy.
In the first part, “On the Road,” articles appear that clarify Leibowitz’s view and present it anew, with philosophical responsibility and with equal language for all. The second part, “On a Crossroads,” includes articles critical of some of the foundations of the concept of the Jewish religion, and the replacement of the critical element of responsibility with regard to the State of Israel.
Admission is free