Courses

The Institute for Judaism and Civilization offers a set of courses built around the theory, practice and theology of universal ethics (the Noahide laws) and their application to various basic areas of human study and action. Various courses can be taken concurrently.

The schedule of the individual courses each with its course text is set out below:

 

The Theory of Universal Ethics (Noahide Laws)

5 fortnightly classes
29 July – 23 September 2012




 

The Practice of Universal Ethics

8 fortnightly classes
7 October - 31 February 2013 with summer break

 

The Theology of the Noahide Laws

8 fortnightly classes
10 March – 9 June 2013

     

 

The Worldview
of
 Universal Ethics
and Human Psychology

5 fortnightly classes
29 July – 23 September 2012

 

The Worldview of
Universal Ethics and
the Natural Sciences

5 fortnightly classes
7 October – 2 December 2012

 

The Worldview of
Universal Ethics &
Politics, Law & Society

6 fortnightly classes
3 February - 7 April 2012 

     
 

The Worldview of
Universal Ethics and
the Fine Arts


5 fortnightly classes

21 April – 9 June 2013