Rotenstreich, Natan

(1913-93)
   Israeli philosopher. He was born in Sambor, Poland, and emigrated to Palestine in 1932. In 1955 he became professor of philosophy at the Hebrew University, and later dean of the faculty of humanities and rector. He wrote studies of Jewish thinkers and a survey of modern Jewish thought.

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