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Paradigms in Jewish philosophy

Auteur : Raphael Jospe
Éditeur : Madison, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, NJ : Associated University Presses, ©1997.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Jewish Philosophy is multicultural and multidisciplinary, marking the convergence of Jewish and non-Jewish cultures and the interaction of the philosophic method with Jewish thought. This book examines the writings of several paradigms in Jewish philosophy - loyal to the teachings of Jerusalem and eager for the wisdom of Athens.
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Paradigms in Jewish philosophy.
Madison, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, NJ : Associated University Presses, c1997
(OCoLC)654410983
Personne nommée : Moses Mendelssohn; Franz Rosenzweig; Emmanuel Lévinas; Moses Mendelssohn; Franz Rosenzweig; Emmanuel Levinas; Emmanuel Lévinas; Moses Mendelssohn; Franz Rosenzweig
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Raphael Jospe
ISBN : 0838637264 9780838637265
Numéro OCLC : 36123454
Description : 290 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Historiographies of Jewish philosophy: the place of Maimonides and Lévinas / Warren Zev Harvey --
Saʻadiah Gaʼon and Moses Mendelssohn: pioneers of Jewish philosophy / Raphael Jospe --
Saʻadiah, Mendelssohn, and the Theophrastus thesis: paradigms of Jewish enlightenment, a response to Raphael Jospe / Warren Zev Harvey --
From Anaximander to Lévinas: toward a history of the concept infinite / Shalom Rosenberg --
The universe as a phenomenon of language: Saʻadiah Gaʼon's commentary to the Book of creation / Andrey Smirnov --
Teaching Judah Ha-Levi: defining and shattering myths in Jewish philosophy / Raphael Jospe --
How to teach Judah Ha-Levi as a Jamesian, a Nietzschean, or a Rosenzweigian / Warren Zev Harvey --
Should we stop teaching Maimonides? / Colette Sirat --
Teaching Mendelssohn's concept of Jewish singularity: implications for an Israeli student / Ephraim Meir --
Rosenzweig's contribution to the curriculum of Jewish thought / Eliezer Schweid --
Franz Rosenzweig on building and teaching Jewish philosophy / Irene Kajon --
Rosenzweig's Lehrhaus lectures on the science of God, man, and the world / Barbara E. Galli --
Teaching Rosenzweig as a philosopher and Lévinas as a Jewish thinker / Robert Gibbs --
How to teach Emmanuel Lévinas in the framework of modern Jewish philosophy / Ze'ev Levy --
Teaching Lévinas on revelation / Ephraim Meir --
Teaching Lévinas's Talmudic commentaries: the relation of the Jewish tradition to the non-Jewish world / Annette Aronowicz.
Responsabilité : edited by Raphael Jospe.

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Jewish Philosophy is multicultural and multidisciplinary, marking the convergence of Jewish and non-Jewish cultures and the interaction of the philosophic method with Jewish thought. This book examines the writings of several paradigms in Jewish philosophy - loyal to the teachings of Jerusalem and eager for the wisdom of Athens.

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