Man as Moral Predator and Prey

Psychology and Jewish theology both take the view that our sense of self is made of different parts. This class explores this idea and opens up the question, who are we "really"?

Psychology has put forward the idea that there are many different “versions” of you sitting in your head with different wants, feelings, and personalities. Based on our brain structure two main types of self emerge – predator and pray. Judaism shares as similar view that our spiritual self is also made up of different parts. This class explores how these views might complement each other and how we can better understand the internal contradictions we feel in our lives.

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