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The Universal and the Particular

Hosted By: Shalom Hartman Institute

In rabbinic thought, Sukkot is often presented – based on Biblical understanding – as a holiday representing the potential for all of humanity. What does this mean, and how might it speak to us today?

This session is part of Ideas for Today, curated courses by Hartman Institute scholars on the big Jewish ideas of this moment.

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