Jewish thought (Hebrew: מחשבת ישראל, Machshevet Yisrael, or machshavah), also known as Judaic thought or Hebraic thought, is a field of Jewish studies that deals with the products of Jewish thought and culture throughout the ages, and their historical development. The field also deals with the connections, parallels, and influences, between Jewish ways of thought and world philosophy in general.

The term "Jewish thought" was originally suggested by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, within the framework of the founding of his central Israeli yeshiva, Mercaz HaRav. Jewish thought became a standard field in yeshiva studies in Israel, particularly within Hesder yeshivot, and at women's midrashot; see Yeshiva § Ethics, mysticism and philosophy.

... summary obtained from Wikipedia

Group AI Query Instructions

Enter your search query below, and our AI will search only within this group.

Ask your question in a normal, conversational way. Click on the Submit button below to submit.

Type new to clear the chat and begin a new conversation. Do not hit the "enter" key, only click Submit.


Use the AIQuery menu link to search across multiple groups simultaneously.