Foundational Thoughts in Judaism

An important 20th-century religious-philosophical work by the late Danish philosopher, Andreas Simonsen. Now available in English in an edited translation by poet and dramaturge Per K. Brask. Simonsen explains where Judaism stands on complex moral and ethical issues, and discusses their relevance to our lives today. A must read for Christians and Jews, believers and non-believers alike. More

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About Per K. Brask

Per K. Brask is an accomplished poet, dramaturge and author. He has published poetry, plays, short stories, essays and literary translations. His co-translation with Patrick Friesen of Ulrikka S. Gernes’ Frayed Opus for Strings & Wind Instruments was short listed for the 2016 Griffin Poetry Prize.

Per is a Professor in the Department of Theatre and Film at the University of Winnipeg. He lives in Winnipeg, Canada, with his wife, Carol Matas, an international bestselling author of books for young people.

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