by Jane Terry
Religious Studies Assistant Professor Vadim Putzu will visit the MSU Philosophy Club this Thursday, 30 October, at 4:30 p.m. in Strong 003, to talk about “Is There a Jewish Philosophy?” Mr. Putzu’s research interests include Judaism, Jewish Philosophy, and Medieval and Early Modern Judaism. He teaches REL 101, World and Literature of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible; REL 201, World Religions; and in the spring will teach a new course, REL 397, Jewish Philosophy. (So, I guess there really *is* a Jewish Philosophy!)
Everyone is invited to this free event!