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professor of Jewish thought

Moshe Halbertal

Moshe Halbertal is Professor of Jewish Thought and Philosophy at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he obtained his PhD in 1989, and a fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute. He also teaches at New York University each autumn. Together with Avishai Margalit, he wrote Idolatry (1992); he also published People of the Book: Canon, Meaning, and Authority (1997), Concealment and Revelation: Esotericism in Jewish Thought (2007) and Maimonides: Life and Thought (2013).

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Journal Nexus

Nexus 50. Europees humanisme in fragmenten

Grammatica van een ongesproken taal
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 39

De queeste van het leven Deel III. Anatomie van het verlies
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 34

De queeste van het leven Deel II. Het Kwaad
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 29

De queeste van het leven Deel I. Liefde en dood
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 21

Het testament van de 20ste eeuw Deel II. Afgoderij

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Conference

Part I. Faith, Death, and Freedom

Man after the End of History

6 September 2009 9.15 - 17.30 Het Muziektheater Amsterdam

Conference

Freedom and Democracy

Civilization and Power

19 November 2004 9.00 - 20.00 Library of Congress, Washington

Conference

Part III. The Anatomy of Loss

The Quest for Life

2 November 2003 9.20 - 22.00 Tilburg University

Conference

Part II. Evil

The Quest for Life

11 June 2002 9.20 - 21.45 Tilburg University

Conference

Part I. Love and Death

The Quest for Life

4 February 2001 9.30 - 20.00 Tilburg University

Conference

Nexus Conference 1999

No Place for Cosmopolitans?

8 October 1999 9.35 - 21.45 Tilburg University

Conference

Part II. Idolatry

The Legacy of the Twentieth Century

15 May 1998 9.30 - 20.00 Tilburg University