What Walter Benjamin heard

One day in the spring of 1927, Walter Benjamin sat in an echoey flat on the Rue de Lille in Paris, listening to Robert Eisler – a visiting lecturer at the Sorbonne – introduce a riveting new theory about the trial and death of Jesus. Learn what Benjamin heard in chapter 3 of The Innocence of Pontius Pilate (March 2021).

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