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"Yerushalmi has written a dazzlingly brilliant book. Reading it is to take an exciting journey through the spaces of mind-an adventure of intellect. This book is an extraordinary achievement, one that will be discussed and debated for many years."-Irving Howe
Posted May 9, 2009
This brief book reveals a side of Freud that is virtually never discussed - his "Jewishness". The book provides a profound discussion of Jewishness as compared to Judaism through the prism of Freud's thoughts.
Yerushalmi exposes meanings in Freud's Moses that would not be apparent to the average reader. I now have a completely different, more positive, view of this often villified work.
This is a remarkable book that is full of deep insights into both Freud and Jewishness.