Daniel Levine-Spound Speech on the “Non-Jewish Jew”

Will Schragis ’12 invites us all to see Daniel Levine-Spound share his thoughts on Issac Deutscher‘s speech, “The Non-Jewish Jew”:

Can one still be a non-Jewish Jew when a nation exists which claims to represent all Jews? What does Zionism mean for the radical universalist Jewish tradition dating back to Spinoza? We will examine several works by Marx, Freud, and Woody Allen with the goals of both delving deeper into Deutscher’s thoughts, and re-examining the meaning of his thesis in a contemporary context.

Date: Tonight, February 5th
Time: 8:00Pm
Place: PAC 002