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Dialogical thought and identity : trans-different religiosity in present day societies

Author: Ephraim Meir
Publisher: Boston : De Gruyter, 2013. ©2013
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In discussion with M. Buber, F. Rosenzweig, A.J. Heschel, F. Fischer and E. Levinas, Ephraim Meir outlines a novel conception of a selfhood that is grounded in dialogical thought. He focuses on the shaping of identity in present day societies and offers a new view on identity around the concepts of self-transcendence, self-difference, and trans-difference. It is suggested that in trans-different religiosity, one may  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(DLC) 2013040795
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ephraim Meir
ISBN: 3110338475 9783110338478
OCLC Number: 870841532
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Contents: Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1; Elucidating Identity and Alterity; Views on Identity; Identity: A Fictitious Story?; "Othering" as Openness of the I; Self-Creation or Created Self?; The Two Sides of the Self; A Forgotten Horizon; The Problem of Identity in Dialogical Philosophy; Chapter 2; "I-you" and "Eternal You" in the Thought of Martin Buber; I and Ego, Person and Self-Being; I-you and I-it; Passage From I-you To I-it; Hesitation; Inter-Subjectivity and Presence, Will and Grace; The Eternal You; Revelation and Religions; What is Man?; Judaism and Zionism: Dialogical Realities. Zionism as UtopiaJudaism and Christianity; Chapter 3; Franz Rosenzweig's Animated I or "Soul"; The Centrality of Relationships; Individual and Collective Identities; Inclusive Thinking: Judaism and Christianity; The Question of Truth; Gritli and Franz: An Example of Dialogical Life; The Tragic I; The Transformation of the Tragic Self into a Beloved and Loving I; Speech and Human and Divine Love; Death, Love and Light; Between Self and Soul; The Other in the Self, Identity Surprised by Exteriority and Alterity; Turning to the World: The Process of Redemption. The I Beyond Itself in the "We" and "Trans-Difference"The New Law as Linking Communities; Rosenzweig's Lehrhaus as Dialogical Enterprise; The "New" Law and the Lehrhaus; The House of Study and Speech Thinking; Translating as an Act of Peace; Self, "Self-Transcendence" and "Trans-Difference"; Chapter 4; The I as "Homo Sympatheticus" in Abraham Joshua Heschel; The I as Concern for the Non-I; The I and the Ineffable; The Prophetic I; Heschel's Own I; The Sympathetic I; The "Mystery of the Self": On the Conversion of Needs; The Compassionate I, Judaism and the World; Human Dignity; Chapter 5. Franz Fischer's "Proflective" Thought on the ISelfless Existence; Proflective Philosophy; Proligion Instead of Religion; Xenology; Fischer and Buber on the Other; Specificity of the Self versus Selflessness; Christianity as Hospitality; Chapter 6; Emmanuel Levinas's "One-For-the-Other"; The I as Agent or as Called; Buber and Levinas; Self-Transcendence in Fecundity; Death and Time; Rosenzweig and Levinas; Society and Ethics; Limitless Freedom and Difficult Freedom; Reason and Pre-Conceptual Demands; Goodness Beyond Systems; Rights of the Other Man and Rights of Man; Heschel and Levinas. Judaism as Category of BeingHebrew Identity as Fraternity; Jewish Education and Anti-Humanism; Jewish Suffering and Jewish Anti-Totalitarianism; Talmud Torah; Judaism and Rationality, Recognition and Cognition; Building Blocks; Self-Transcendence, Self-Difference, and Trans-Difference. Philosophical and Theological Considerations; Chapter 7; The Non-Identical I; Radical Difference; Trans-Difference; Avoiding Extreme Assimilation and Extreme Dissimilation; Different Kinds of Trans-Difference; The Case of the Convert; Transcending the Self; The Ethical Dimension of the Self.
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