What aren’t there pluralist Shiurim in Melbourne?

I don’t mean pluralist in the sense of non Orthodox, or conservadox (aka Shira Chadasha).

I notice there are lots of Shiurim on Tanya. It is a very important work. I know that the Nefesh Hachaim came after it, and depending on who you ask it was written in response, or in parallel.

I’m interested in a Shiur from someone who knows both Tanya and Nefesh Hachaim inside out, and who is familiar with the Ramak, Tomer Dvora, and Maharal (of which much is based on).

My own knowledge is a rather old recollection of learning various Sifrei Maharal too many years ago.

Do such people in Melbourne exist, who are able to give such a Shiur, including comparative explanation, or is this the sort of thing which only happens along party lines.

I will note the Mori V’Rabbi R’ Schachter quotes both Tanya and Nefesh Hachaim at will and uses each in context as it relates to what he is saying (on other topics)

Author: pitputim

I'm a computer science professor in Melbourne, Australia although my views have naught​ to do with my employer. I skylark as the band leader/singer for the Schnapps Band. My high schooling was in Chabad and I continued at Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh in Israel.

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