Class two of the ‘Heralds of Zion’ series. This class explores the tension between particularism and universalism as it found expression in the utopian socialist movements of the 19th century. In that context, we meet Moshe Hess, whose roots as a socialist did not prevent him from writing one of the earliest works of Jewish nationalism.
This lecture is part of the Marilyn and Sigi z”l Ziering Pardes Community Education Omer program, April 20 – May 24, 2020. You can watch this lecture online by visiting Rav Mike’s video page.
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