REL 238.001 Philosophies of Judaism
A survey of the major philosophical thinkers within the Jewish tradition, their formulations of the nature and role of the Jew and Judaism, their interactions with the larger societies where they resided, and the larger philosophical questions which have always concerned the human intellect.
T, R | 2:00-3:15
Frank, Daniel H.
The Jewish Philosophy Reader
Thinking about the Torah: A Philosopher Reads the Bible
University of Nebraska Press, 2016
Hughes, Aaron W.
Jewish Philosophy A-Z
Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
Jewish Thought: An Introduction
Books are available at the SUPe Store and online through vendors such as amazon.com.
Blackboard Other texts will be available through the Blackboard course site.