The Importance of Shame in Rabbinic Tradition

Date: Jan 24, 2022

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Sponsor: Online Learning

Location: Online

Category: Judaism and the Inner Life Series Online Learning

The Importance of Shame in Rabbinic Tradition

Part of our spring learning series, The Power of Emotion: Judaism and the Inner Life

January 24, 2022, 2:00–3:30 p.m. ET
Online

We often think of shame or embarrassment as an experience to be avoided, and, to be sure, rabbinic tradition considers shaming someone else in public to be a grievous sin. But the Talmud also teaches that the capacity to feel shame is important, for the fear of shame will keep one from sin. Join Dr. David Kraemer to discuss this complicated emotion and how Jewish tradition “feels” about it.

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About the Series

Joy. Grief. Anger. Shame. Love. Emotional experience is often at the center of our lives. Join us for sessions that explore perceptions of emotions in Jewish texts and offer surprising and useful insights for understanding the feelings that make up our inner worlds.

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