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The philosopher as witness : Fackenheim and responses to the Holocaust

Author: Michael L Morgan; Benjamin Pollock
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2008.
Series: SUNY series in contemporary Jewish thought.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Philosopher as witness.
Albany : State University of New York Press, c2008
(DLC) 2007035784
(OCoLC)167769624
Named Person: Emil L Fackenheim; Emil L Fackenheim
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael L Morgan; Benjamin Pollock
ISBN: 9781435648524 1435648528
OCLC Number: 232652566
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 238 p.)
Contents: In memory of Leo Baeck and other Jewish thinkers in dark times: once more, after Auschwitz, Jerusalem / Emil L. Fackenheim --
Hegel and the Jewish problem / Emil L. Fackenheim --
Hegel's ghost: witness and testimony in the philosophy of Emil Fackenheim / Susan E. Shapiro --
Fackenheim on Passover after the Holocaust / Warren Zev Harvey --
Of systems and the systematic labor of thought: Fackenheim as philosopher of his time / Benjamin Pollock --
Fackenheim and Levinas: living and thinking after Auschwitz / Michael L. Morgan --
The Holocaust and the foundations of future philosophy: Fackenheim and Strauss / Solomon Goldberg --
Fackenheim and Strauss / Catherine Zuckert --
Emil Fackenheim: theodicy, and the tikkun of protest / David R. Blumenthal --
The Holocaust is a Christian issue / Richard A. Cohen --
The Holocaust: tragedy for the Jewish people, credibility crisis for Christendom / Franklin H. Littell --
Man or Muselmann: Fackenheim's elaboration on Levi's question / David Patterson --
Emil Fackenheim, Irving Howe, and the fate of secular Jewishness / Edward Alexander --
She'erith Hapleitah: reflections of an historian / Zeev Mankowitz --
Willful murder in the Lublin district of Poland / David Silberklang.
Series Title: SUNY series in contemporary Jewish thought.
Responsibility: edited by Michael L. Morgan and Benjamin Pollock.

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