Category:Neo-Hasidism

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English: Neo-Hasidism is a Jewish movement that adapts Hasidic and Kabbalistic mysticism to the concerns of Western society, outside of Orthodox Judaism. Related to the Jewish Renewal and Havurah movements. Martin Buber was a founding figure; later leaders include Abraham Joshua Heschel and Zalman Schachter-Shalomi.

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