I enjoy Kohelet a great deal, and would like to deepen my understanding of it. Is anyone out there aware of a good philosophical analysis of Kohelet? I am not looking for something that looks at it through a religious lense. Rather, some written work that looks at Kohelet as one would a work by an ancient philosopher like Aristotle.
Philosophical analysis of Kohelet?
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