JWST449 - GOD&NATURE:JEW THGHT&SCI

God and Nature examines the place of the natural world, medicine, and science in Jewish thought from antiquity to the modern era. It looks especially at a body of primary sources in Hebrew written during the age of the so-called "scientific revolution" and during its aftermath. The course is a seminar open to undergraduate and graduate students with a reading knowledge of classical Hebrew. Students without Hebrew with special interest in the subject might enroll with special permission from the instructor.
Section 401 - SEM

W 0330PM-0630PM

RUDERMAN, DAVID

COLLEGE HALL 311A

Jewish Studies Program
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