The Tel Aviv Review

Political science: Early Israeli-German scientific exchanges

Prof. Ute Deichmann, a historian of science at Ben Gurion University, tells us to what extent exchanges between Israeli and German scientists in the early years of the state paved the way for the normalization of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

 

Why secular people are more religious than they think

Prof. Benjamin Beit Hallahmi of the department of psychology at Haifa University tries to establish why, 250 years into the age of secularism, religion still plays a crucial role in the lives of people everywhere.

 

Music:

Blonde Redhead - The One I Love
Bob Marley - One Love
Shuly Rand - Mochin De'Katnoot

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