Lectures at Levinas
Madrich Rabbi Ira Stone
One of the unique aspects of the Center for Contemporary Mussar’s approach was developed by using the philosophic lens of Emmanuel Levinas. He was born in Lithuania, but studied in France, where he eventually made his permanent home. His emphasis on the obligation to bear the “other” as our responsibility runs through much of CCM’s material. This bi-weekly course will trace the main lines of Levinas’ philosophic thought through his specific Judaic essays and commentaries. The centrality of ethics in his philosophical approach, derived in part from his Judaic background, provides a unique lens through which to view traditional Mussar texts and practice.
Every other Thursday on ZOOM
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Dates: January 20 – May 26, 2022
Not currently accepting new students. To be placed on waitlist please email: firstname.lastname@example.org