In this lecture, Dr. Ben Tolila tells the fascinating life story of Heinrich Heine. The assimilated Jewish poet lived from 1797 to 1856 in Germany and France. Heine was a unique figure in 19th-century Europe. His uniqueness lies in the fact, that he was very familiar with the German people, and therefore was also the first to predict the Holocaust, which took place less than 100 years after his death.
In this lecture, Dr. Ben Tolila analyzes the psychoanalytic philosophy of Sigmund Freud. This psychologist, who lived from 1856 to 1939, discovered that the main component of the human soul is the subconscious. It is important to mention that his teaching influenced and continues to influence a large number of people and therapeutic methods of therapy.
"Did we mention this is in Hebrew???"
Dr. Ben Tolila examines the life of Abraham Lincoln, the U.S. president who freed American slaves in the 19th century and who lived from 1809 to 1865. Lincoln's uniqueness lay in the fact that, in the context of his position, he insisted in adhering to the national goals that he had set out for the American nation - unity and the liberation of the slaves.