Eliyahu Chaim Rosen (1899–1984) was a respected rabbi and leader of the Breslov Hasidim in Uman, Ukraine before World War II. After immigrating to Israel in 1936, he founded the Breslover Yeshiva in Jerusalem and served as its rosh yeshiva for decades.
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“Its apparent that we cant proceed any further without a name for this institutionalized garrulousness, this psychological patter, this need to catalogue the egos condition. Lets call it psychobabble, this spirit which now tyrannizes conversation in the seventies.”
—Richard Dean Rosen (b. 1949)