I plan to be in the USA for about a month after Passover, during which time I will be available for lectures.
Please contact me if interested.
Prof. Paul Eidelberg
PROF. PAUL EIDELBERG, internationally known political scientist, author and lecturer, is the founder and president of The Foundation for Constitutional Democracy with offices in Jerusalem.Prof. Eidelberg served in the United States Air Force where he held the rank of first lieutenant. He received his doctoral degree at the University of Chicago. He designed the electronic equipment for the first brain scanner at the Argonne Cancer Research Hospital.Before immigrating to Israel in 1976, Prof. Eidelberg wrote a trilogy on America’s founding fathers: The Philosophy of the American Constitution, On the Silence of the Declaration of Independence, and a Discourse on Statesmanship.In 1976 he joined the faculty of Bar-Ilan University. From the world-renowned Rabbi Dr. Chaim Zimmerman of blessed memory, he learned how to interface Torah and political science.He has written several books on the Arab-Israel conflict and on Judaism. Demophrenia analyses the mentality of Israel’s ruling elites. Jewish Statesmanship: Lest Israel Fall, which has been translated into Hebrew and Russian, reveals the flaws inherent in Israel’s system of governance and how they may be remedied. A Jewish Philosophy of History investigates the world-historical events leading to the rebirth of Israel in 1948.His latest publication, The Myth of Israeli Democracy, provides an abbreviated version of a Constitution which shows how to make Israel a genuine democracy based on a Jewish conception of freedom and equality.Eidelberg is on the Advisory Council of the Ariel Center for Policy Research, which has published many of his policy papers. In addition to writing more than 1,000 articles for newspapers and scholarly journals in the U.S. and Israel, he has a weekly program on Israel National Radio.During the past seven years, Prof. Eidelberg has been lecturing throughout Israel and has conducted seminars on constitutions, diverse parliamentary electoral systems, Jewish law, and related topics at the Jerusalem center of the Foundation for Constitutional Democracy.
P.O. Box 23702
Jerusalem 91236 Israel