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Lorberbaum, Menachem, 1958-


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    • Lorberbaʼum, Menaḥem, 1958-
    • Lorberboim, Menaḥem, 1958-
    • לורברבוים, מנחם
    • לורברבוים, מנחם, 1958־
    • לורברבים, מנחם
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    • found: The Jewish political tradition, 2000:CIP t.p. (Menachem Lorberbaum) data sheet (b. Mar. 14, 1958)
    • found: Ba-kefar ha-zeh, 2001:t.p. (Menaḥem Lorberboim) t.p. verso etc. (Menachem Lorberbaum [in rom.]; b. 1958 in New York; teaches Jewish philosophy at Tel Aviv Univ.; researcher at Hartman Institute, Jerusalem)
    • found: Wikipedia, 21 November 2018(Menachem Lorberbaum; Menachem Lorberbaum (born March 14, 1958) is an Israeli professor and the chair of the School of Philosophy at Tel Aviv University; was the founding chair of the Department of Hebrew Culture Studies at Tel Aviv University; is a Senior Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem; studies political theory and the connection between religion, state, and politics in the Jewish tradition; completed his Ph.D. in 1993))
    • found: Shalom Hartman Institute profile page, 21 November 2018(Menachem Lorberbaum; Dr. Menachem Lorberbaum; is a senior research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, where he led the Bet Midrash program for four years; has a doctorate in philosophy from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; is professor of Jewish Philosophy at Tel Aviv University, where he was founding chairperson of the Department of Hebrew Culture Studies, and where he chaired the Graduate School of Philosophy)
    • found: Tel Aviv University profile page, 21 November 2018(Prof. Menachem Lorberbaum; Education: PhD Philosophy, Hebrew University (1990-1993), MA Philosophy, Hebrew University (1985-1989 ), BA Philosophy, Hebrew University (1980-1984), Jewish studies: Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem (1980-1989), Yeshiivat Har-Etzion, Alon Shvut (1976-1980), Merkaz Harav Yeshiva, Jerusalem (1975-1976))
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    • PJ5055.33.O727
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    • 1999-11-29: new
    • 2018-11-22: revised
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