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The Cambridge history of Jewish philosophy

Author: Steven M Nadler; Tamar Rudavsky; Martin Kavka; Zachary Braiterman; David Novak
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, ©2009-<2012>.
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This volume surveys the history of Jewish philosophy from antiquity to the early modern period. There are sections on logic and language, natural philosophy, epistemology, philosophy of mind and psychology, metaphysics and philosophical theology, and practical philosophy.
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Genre/Form: History
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Cambridge history of Jewish philosophy.
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, ©2009-<2012>
(OCoLC)944377391
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Steven M Nadler; Tamar Rudavsky; Martin Kavka; Zachary Braiterman; David Novak
ISBN: 9780521843232 0521843235 9780521852432 0521852439
OCLC Number: 226389309
Notes: Volume 2 is edited by Martin Kavka, Zachary Braiterman, David Novak.
Description: volumes <1-2> ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. The Greek background / Kenneth Seeskin --
2. The Muslim context / Sarah Stroumsa --
3. Textual traditions / Mauro Zonta --
4. Philosophical interpretations of the Bible / Howard Kreisel --
5. Mysticism and philosophy / Michah Gottlieb --
6. Propositions and propositional inference / Charles H. Manekin --
7. Reasoning and demonstration / Norbert M. Samuelson --
8. Meaning and language / Josef Stein --
9. Matter, form, and the corporeal world / Sarah Pessin --
10. Cosmology : the heavenly bodies / Gad Freudenthal --
11. Miracles / Ari Ackerman --
12. Time, space, and infinity / T.M. Rudavsky --
13. Exhalations and other meteorological themes / Resianne Fontaine --
14. Belief, knowledge, and certainty / Idit Dobbs-Weinstein --
15. Understanding prophecy : four traditions / Barry S. Kogan --
16. Soul and intellect / James T. Robinson --
17. God's existence and attributes / Carlos Fraenkel --
18. Creation and emanation / Lenn E. Goodman --
19. Theodicy and providence / Steven Nadler --
20. Divine omnipotence, omniscience, and human freedom / Seymour Feldman --
21. Virtue and happiness / Hava Tirosh-Samuelson --
22. Politics and the state / Abraham Melamed --
23. Divine law and human practices / Daniel H. Frank. pt. I: Judaism's encounter with modernity. Enligthenment / Willi Goetschel --
The spirit of Jewish history / Samuel Moyn --
Phenomenology / Martin Kavka --
America / Ken Koltun-Fromm --
Feminism and gender / Hava Tirosh-Samuelson --
pt. II: Retrieving tradition. Scripture and text / Peter Ochs --
Medieval Jewish philosophers in modern Jewish philosophy / Aaron W. Hughes --
Jewish enlightenment beyond Western Europe / Adam Shear --
Hasidism, Mitnagdism, and contemporary American Judaism / Shaul Magid --
pt. III: Modern Jewish philosophical theology. God: divine transcendence / Aryeh Botwinick --
God: divine immanence / Gregory Kaplan --
Creation / David Novak --
Revelation / Randi Rashkover --
Redemption / Norbert M. Samuelson --
Providence: agencies of redemption / Micheael L. Morgan --
pt. IV: Jewish peoplehood. Reflections on the challenges confronting the philosophy of Halakhah / Avi Sagi --
Liturgy / Steven Kepnes --
Jews alongside non-Jews / Shmuel Trigano --
Political theory: beyond sovereignty? / Leora Batnitzky --
Zionism / Zachary Braiterman --
pt. V: Issues in modern Jewish philosophy. Reason as a paradigm in Jewish philosophy / Kenneth Seeskin --
Imagination and the theolatrous impulse: configuring God in modern Jewish thought / Elliot R. Wolfson --
Justice / Michael Zank --
Virtue / Dov Nelkin --
Aesthetics and art / Asher D. Biemann --
Interpretation, modernity, and the philosophy of Judaism / Jonathan W. Malino.
Responsibility: edited by Steven Nadler, T.M. Rudavsky.
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