By guest contributor Trish Ross For the full companion article, see this Winter’s edition of the Journal of the History of Ideas.
By guest contributor Joel S. Davidi In my last post on the history of the first of Nisan as a Jewish
By guest contributor Burkhard Conrad O.P.L. Any history of ideas and concepts hinges on the observation that ideas and concepts
by guest contributor Mark Marion Gondelman In 1713, a rebellious Kabbalist named Nechemiah Chayun published a book called ‘Oz le-Elohim.