Monotheism and informational deficit
Jews are known for their high intellectuality. The disproportionally great percent of Nobel Prizes won by Jews – between 25 – 33 % of all prizes – together with other intellectual occupations confirm it. In ‘Moses and Monotheism’ Freud assumed that the abstract monotheism of Judaism required a type of ‘mental labour’ that increased the intellectual ability of Jews. He ascribed intellectuality of Jews to the ‘abstract model of experience’ provided by the imperceptibility of the abstract Jewish God.