This talk examines key thinkers and ideas in the realm of Jewish Philosophy. It looks at the way in which Jewish Philosophy has tackled some of the big topics, including proof of the existence of God, creation from nothing, the existence of evil and free choice. The lecture discusses the views and ideas of a range of thinkers from across the ages.
The Whole of Jewish Philosophy in One Hour also examines key philosophical principles of Judaism, including those of the Rambam, Crescas and Albo.
This lecture is best suited to a theatre-style audience with a recommended audience size of 50 to 200 people. David will require a white board for this presentation.
It is advisable to allow 90 minutes for all ‘one hour’ talks.