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Tali Loewenthal

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Dr. Tali Loewenthal was born in Haifa and studied Jewish History at University College of London, where he received a PhD on Chassidism. He currently directs the Chabad Research Unit, lectures in the University College on Jewish Spirituality, and he has authored “Communicating the Infinite, the emergence of the Habad School” and many scholarly and popular articles.
An exploration of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi's two versions of his Letter on Repentance, which he included in the Tanya.
Many have noted that the Habad systems of contemplation, developed from the late 18th till 20th centuries, owe a clear debt to Maimonides. This paper seeks to examine the question in more detail.
Exploring a four year teaching by Rabbi Shalom Dovber Schneersohn, which began on Shavuot, 1912
We are well aware of the practicalities of Pesach. But how do Jewish texts promote emotional responses to the Festival?
2000 years of Jewish history in under an hour!
How the vitality of the world is dependent on the blowing of the shofar.
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