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Publisher: Jerusalem, Israel : Shalem Press, [2005]-
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Hebraic political studies
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Hebraic political studies
Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 61480010
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Description: volumes ; 24 cm

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by sfrantzman (WorldCat user on 2008-03-09)

Summer 2007 volume 2, number 3 David C. Flatto 'It’s Good to Be King: The Monarch’s Role in the Mishna’s Political and Legal System' Anna Maria Strumia 'Ancient Republics in Seventeenth-Century England and the Origins of the Modern Dichotomy Between Authority and Power' Michael S. Kochin 'Living with the Bible: Jean-Jacques Rousseau Reads Judges 19-21' Shmuel Sandler 'Toward a Theory of World Jewish Politics and Jewish Foreign Policy' 'Spinoza and Republicanism' Reviewed by Anne Oravetz Albert, University of Pennsylvania 'Spinoza’s Revelation: Religion, Democracy, and Reason' Reviewed by Louis Patrick Blond, The Shalem Center Spring 2007 volume 2, number 2 Josef Funkenstein 'Samuel and Saul in Medieval Political Thought' Glenn W. Olsen 'Setting Boundaries: Early Medieval Reflections on Religious Toleration and their Jewish Sources' Guido Bartolucci 'The Influence of Carlo Sigonio’s ‘De Republica Hebraeorum on Hugo Grotius’ ‘De Republica Emendanda’' Leora F. Batnitzky 'On Reaffirming a Distinction Between Athens and Jerusalem' Christoph Schmidt Review Essay on 'The Political Theology of Paul' by Jacob Taubes 'Elements of Ancient Jewish Nationalism' Reviewed by Aviel Roshwald, Georgetown University 'Renaissance England’s Chief Rabbi: John Selden' Reviewed by Noam Flinker, University of Haifa Winter 2007 volume 2, number 1 Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt 'Prophecy and Constitutionalism in the Political Imagery of Axial Age Civilizations' James A. Diamond 'The Biblical Monarch as Anarchy Personified: Narrative Configuring Law' Jonathan Jacobs 'Aristotle and Maimonides on Virtue and Natural Law' Menachem Lorberbaum 'Making Space for Leviathan: On Hobbes’ Political Theory' Susan Meld Shell 'Kant and the Jewish Question' 'Moses Hess: The Holy History of Mankind and Other Writings' Reviewed by Chaim I. Waxman, Rutgers University (Emeritus) 'Remains of the Jews: The Holy Land and Christian Empire in Late Antiquity' Reviewed by Joshua Schwartz, Bar-Ilan University and The Shalem Center Fall 2006 volume 1, number 5 Joshua Berman 'Constitution, Class, and the Book of Deuteronomy' Anna Maria Lazzarino Del Grosso 'The Respublica Hebraeorum as a Scientific Political Model in Jean Bodin's 'Methodus' ' Fania Oz-Salzberger 'The Political Thought of John Locke and the Significance of Political Hebraism' Gordon Schochet, Leora Batnitzky, Michael Walzer, David Novak Symposium on David Novak's 'The Jewish Social Contract' 'Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence' Reviewed by Mordecai Roshwald, University of Minnesota (Emeritus) 'Spinoza and Spinozism' Reviewed by Steven Frankel, Xavier University 'Democracy and Tradition' Reviewed by Shalom Carmy, Yeshiva University Summer 2006 volume 1, number 4 Joseph Isaac Lifshitz 'The Political Theology of Maharam of Rothenburg' Dror Ehrlich 'A Reassessment of Natural Law in Rabbi Joseph Albo's 'Book of Principles' ' Gary Remer 'After Machiavelli and Hobbes: James Harrington's Commonwealth of Israel' Jonathan Karp 'The Mosaic Republic in Augustan Politics: John Toland's 'Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews' ' H. Lee Cheek, Jr. 'Recovering Moses: The Contribution of Eric Voegelin and Contemporary Political Science' 'Ethique du Jubilée: Vers une reparation du monde?' Reviewed by Jean-Paul Maréchal, University of Rennes 2 Haute-Bretagne 'Contemporary Jewish Philosophy: An Introduction By Irene Kajon. Abingdon: Routledge, 2005, 256 pgs.' Reviewed by Nina Redl, Jewish Theological Seminary of America Spring 2006 volume 1, number 3 Mira Morgenstern 'Samson and the Politics of Riddling' Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann 'Political Theology in Renaissance Christian Kabbala: Petrus Galatinus and Guillaume Postel' Warren Zev Harvey 'The Israelite Kingdom of God in Hobbes' Political Thought' Jonathan Jacobs 'Return to the Sources: Political Hebraism and the Making of Modern Politics' Avinoam Rosenak 'Law, Halacha, and Education: New Directions in the Philosophy of Halacha' 'How the Idea of Religious Toleration Came to the West' Reviewed by Gary Remer, Tulane University 'Resisting History: Historicism and Its Discontents in German-Jewish Thought' Reviewed by Susan Meld Shell, Boston College Winter 2006 volume 1, number 2 Yoram Hazony 'Does the Bible Have a Political Teaching?' Christopher Lynch 'Machiavelli on Reading the Bible Judiciously' Miriam Bodian 'The Biblical 'Jewish Republic' and the Dutch 'New Israel' in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Thought' Menachem Lorberbaum 'Spinoza's Theological-Political Problem' Emile Perreau-Saussine 'Why Draw a Politics from Scripture? Bossuet and the Divine Right of Kings' 'Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy' By Peter Eli Gordon. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003/pb 2005, xxix + 328 pgs. Reviewed by Martin Ritter, Free University, Berlin 'Evidence and Faith: Philosophy and Religion Since the Seventeenth Century' Reviewed by Jonathan Jacobs, Colgate University Fall 2005 - volume 1, number 1 Steven Grosby 'The Biblical 'Nation' as a Problem for Philosophy' Abraham Melamed 'Is There a Jewish Political Thought? The Medieval Case Reconsidered' Kalman Neuman 'Political Hebraism and the Early Modern 'Respublica Hebraeorum': On Defining the Field' Arthur Eyffinger "How Wondrously Moses Goes Along With the House of Orange!" Hugo Grotius' 'De Republica Emendanda' in the Context of the Dutch Revolt Silvia Berti 'Erudition and Religion in the Judeo-Christian Encounter: The Significance of the Karaite Myth in Seventeenth-Century Europe' 'Spinoza's Heresy by Steven Nadler' Reviewed by Steven Frankel, Xavier University 'Hebraica Veritas? Christian Hebraists and the Study of Judaism in Early Modern Europe, Allison P. Coudert and Jeffrey S. Shoulson, eds.' Reviewed by Daniel Stein Kokin, Harvard University


by sfrantzman (WorldCat user on 2008-03-09)

Hebraic Political Studies is an international, peer-reviewed journal published in Jerusalem by Shalem Press and edited by Professors Gordon Schochet of Rutgers University and Arthur Eyffinger of the Huygens Institute in the Netherlands. The journal aims to evaluate the place of the Jewish textual tradition, along-side the traditions of Greece and Rome, in political history and the history of political thought.


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