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I decided to create this website to share some of the (hopefully) interesting ideas from the world of Jewish thought, history and halakhah that I encounter during my day.

I’m David Pruwer and am currently in the midst of my PhD studies in Jewish History and Philosophy at Cambridge University. Before starting my graduate studies, I learnt at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Israel, Yeshiva University in New York and completed my BA in History at UCL. I aim to draw upon the ideas uncovered in all these environments in my blog posts.

I hope these blogs will encourage further thought and reflection, so please do feel free to comment or get in touch.

Thank you for visiting!


5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Where did you find obtain the picture of R’ Aharon zt”l? The OU magazine ran a broader version of it and I would like to make a copy of it for my office. I attempted to contact them but have not receive a reply.

  2. In your humour article, you cite a quote about Avraham falling on his face and laughing. Can you cite the source iof this statement? It’s not in my Chumash!

  3. Hi,
    thank you for all your essays, I really enjoy them.
    In your essay on laughter you quote Kohn’s book, ‘Rabbinic Humour.’ I’ve spent a long time (unsuccessfully) trying to find a copy (any language, digital or print). Did you yourself manage to access the actual text? If so- where?
    Again, thank you.

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