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Jewish virtues and the good life.

Author: R J Zwi Werblowsky; Jakob Josef Petuchowski; Jerald C Brauer; Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif., Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions [1976]
Series: Jewish tradition and its relevance to contemporary life, 5.; Series: Jewish tradition and its relevance to contemporary life., 5.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dr. Zwi Werblowsky contends that Judaism involves a commitment to certain specifics of virtue and the good life which are grunded in fundamental religious experience. Other discussants argue that Judaism should be viewed as a developmental religion which continuously creates a notion of the good life that is livable under different sets of circumstances.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: R J Zwi Werblowsky; Jakob Josef Petuchowski; Jerald C Brauer; Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
OCLC Number: 3702048
Notes: Title from container.
Also issued as 3 3/4 ips half-track tapes and as 7 1/2 ips full-track tapes.
Edited from a conference on the "Jewish Tradition and its Relevance to Contemporary Life," held by the Center.
R.J. Zwi Werblowsky, Jakob J. Petuchowski, Jerald C. Brauer, principal speakers.
Duration: 1 hr., 56 min.
Accompanying paprs available as f BM/30/C5.
Summary: Dr. Zwi Werblowsky contends that Judaism involves a commitment to certain specifics of virtue and the good life which are grunded in fundamental religious experience. Other discussants argue that Judaism should be viewed as a developmental religion which continuously creates a notion of the good life that is livable under different sets of circumstances.
Series Title: Jewish tradition and its relevance to contemporary life, 5.; Series: Jewish tradition and its relevance to contemporary life., 5.

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Dr. Zwi Werblowsky contends that Judaism involves a commitment to certain specifics of virtue and the good life which are grunded in fundamental religious experience. Other discussants argue that Judaism should be viewed as a developmental religion which continuously creates a notion of the good life that is livable under different sets of circumstances.

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