Itzik Stein

Itzik Stein was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1954. He studied Arts in Buenos Aires before completing his studies in Sociology and Political Sciences at the University of Haifa, Israel. A scholar of Jewish philosophy, he has participated in seminars and lectures on Jewish matters such as religion and assimilation, people and nation, and the dilemma of being Jewish. He has actively participated in Hebrew organizations, generating new perspectives of ancestral matters. In 2005 he published his first book, Malvados, malditos e infames en la Biblia ('The Evil, the Damned, and the Infamous in the Bible'), offering a different perspective on vilified characters in the Old Testament.

Freud and the Melancholy Rabbi

Freud and the Melancholy Rabbi

by Itzik Stein

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‘One day they will say that Sigmund Freud read the Law with a rabbi, and no one will believe it.’

Vienna, 1903, and two unlikely figures meet: Rashab, the fifth Rabbi of Lubavitch, and Sigmund... (more)

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