kabbalah

Kabbala is a type of mystical Jewish philosophy used to garner a deeper understanding of Torah and the world. The word is Hebrew for "that which is received." It is sometimes thought of as the "soul" of the Torah or the "inner Torah." One of the pillars of Kabbala is a book called 'The Zohar.' It was written around 135 CE by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.

A short introduction to kabbalah

Adapted from From Infinity to Man: The Fundamental Ideas of Kabbalah Within the Framework of Information Theory and Quantum Physics, by Eduard Shyfrin

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
23/07/2020
Eduard Shyfrin: I realized that I had to answer certain questions for myself about life and death an
The meeting of Kabbalah and science

A discussion with Eduard Shyfrin, PhD.

Book review: From Infinity to Man: The Fundamental Ideas of Kabbalah

In this ground-breaking book, Eduard Shyfrin shows that the ideas of Jewish mysticism (Kabbalah) resonate with the ideas of 21st century science.

Book review: Travels with Sushi in the Land of the Mind

'Travels' introduces children to quantum physics and classic morality through a journey to another universe.

Miracles and Maxwell's demon

The interpretation of miracles and how they are performed is the basis of endless commentary and attempts at scientific explanation.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
23/07/2020
Kabbalah of information: what everything is made of - Part 1

What is everything made of? This is a question that has inspired discussion and sparked debates between scientists, philosophers, and religious minds since ancient times.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
23/07/2020
A tourist rests next to a camel under the stars near the summit of Mount Sinai
Kabbalah of information - Part 2

To continue exploring the problem of what Everything is made of, let us consider the description of the process of creation described in Kabbalah.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
28/07/2020
Sun penetrating the clouds above the mountains near Chengdu, China. "It looks like Genesis to me," s
Kabbalah of information - Part 3

The author considers it justified to interpret Kabbalah's concept of "light" as information.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
23/07/2020
A prayer that changed the world

Or: Why ten is more than the sum of ten units

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
23/07/2020
THE PARTING of the Red Sea during the Jewish nation’s escape from Egypt, an illustration from a Bibl
The logic of the impossible: Moses our rabbi

The Exodus from Egypt was a crucial event not only in the life of the Jewish people, but for the world as a whole.

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
28/07/2020
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