All paradigms of psychology ultimately deal with a picture of man. Judaism provides a complete and comprehensive vision of man. Psychology and Judaism address common concerns such as well-being, ethical behavior, and the fulfillment of a meaningful life. Additionally, the practice of psychology is based on certain underlying assumptions about what it means to be... Read more »
This class addresses the feasibility of human free will in light of God’s omniscience, omnipotence and Divine Providence. The shiur also seeks to understand how people have free will when so many of their attributes and life circumstances (such as intelligence, health and income) seem to be pre-determined. Finally, the shiur discusses various qualifications to... Read more »