Lecture by Prof. Klaus Davidowicz
After one hundred events for the Friends of the Jewish Museum Vienna we are devoting the 101st event to the magic of numbers. A mathematician would immediately recognize 101 as the smallest three-digit prime number and a numerical palindrome. For a numerologist, by contrast, “one zero one” offers a completely new dimension of possible interpretations.
Prof. Klaus Davidowicz, deputy head of the Department of Jewish Studies at the University of Vienna and an expert in numerology, takes us on a fascinating journey into the world of Jewish numerical symbolism and mystical interpretations of the world. Is one and one really two?
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