In my 4,500-word review essay "Rabbi Jonathan Sacks' 2019 Book about Deuteronomy, and Walter J. Ong's Thought," I first discuss Ong's thought about the aural-to-visual shift in the human sensorium, and then I highlight Rabbi Sacks' discussion of listening and sight-versus-sound and certain other key points in his book Deuteronomy: Renewal of the Sinai Covenant, a volume in his Covenant & Conversation book series.
Farrell, Thomas J.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks' 2019 Book about Deuteronomy, and Walter J. Ong's Thought.
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