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Rabbinic discourse as a system of knowledge : the study of Torah is equal to them all

Author: Hannah E Hashkes
Publisher: Boston ; Leiden : Brill, [2015] ©2015
Series: Philosophy of religion., World religions ;, v. 5.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Describing rabbinic reasoning as a rational response to experience. Hashkes combines insights from the analytic philosophy of Wittgenstein, Quine, and Davidson with the semiotics of Peirce to construe knowledge as systematic reasoning occurring within a community of inquiry. Her reading of the works of Emmanuel Levinas and Jean-Luc Marion allows her to create a philosophical bridge between a discourse of God and a  Read more...
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Hashkes, Hannah E.
Rabbinic discourse as a system of knowledge
(DLC) 2014048901
(OCoLC)898408379
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hannah E Hashkes
ISBN: 9789004290488 9004290486 1336098902 9781336098909
OCLC Number: 904398529
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 Preface; 2 A Cohesive Concept of Rabbinic Judaism: A Philosophical Theology; 3 Approaches in Jewish Thought since Modernity; 4 An Epistemological Model for Torah Study; 5 Components of an Epistemological Model of Religious Reasoning; 5.1 The Linguistic Turn and Hermeneutics; 5.2 The Communal Nature of Knowledge; 5.3 Rejection of Dualism; 6 Subject Matter and Methods: Torah Study and Textual Reasoning; Chapter 1 God Transcendent and Immanent Rabbinic Discourse and the Conceptualization of God; 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Peirce's Pragmatism: An Epistemological Background1.3 God in the Bible; 1.4 God without Being; 1.5 Jean-Luc Marion: God, Self and Love; 1.6 Emmanuel Levinas: God, Self, and Moral Command; 1.7 God in Rabbinic World; 1.7.1 God as a Commanding Other; 1.7.2 Midrash; 1.7.3 Midrash and Court of Law; 1.8 Destruction and Prayer: The House of Assembly; 1.9 Conclusion; Chapter 2 Torah Study The Logical Space of Bet Hamidrash; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Torah Study as a Field of Meaning: The Postliberal and Aftermodern Theological Contexts; 2.3 Belief and Knowledge in Contemporary Epistemology. 2.3.1 Holism2.3.2 Interpretation; 2.3.3 Objectivity; 2.4 Belief and Knowledge in Rational Discourse; 2.5 Belief and Knowledge in Rabbinic Discourse; 2.6 The Torah as a Communal System of Meaning; 2.7 Torah Study in Rabbinic Tradition; 2.8 Conclusion; Chapter 3 Autonomy, Community, and the Jewish Self; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Heteronomy, Autonomy and Thought; 3.3 Personal Freedom; 3.4 Eugene Borowitz: A Covenantal Notion of Judaism; 3.5 Freedom and Religious Communities; Chapter 4 Torah's Seventy Faces Authority and Hermeneutics in Rabbinic Discourse; 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Torah's Seventy Faces: Three Models4.2.1 The Referential Model; 4.2.2 The Self-Referential Model; 4.2.3 An Interactive Model of Torah's Formation; 4.3 Conclusion: Rabbinic Authority and Hermeneutics; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: Philosophy of religion., World religions ;, v. 5.
Responsibility: by Hannah E. Hashkes.

Abstract:

"Describing rabbinic reasoning as a rational response to experience. Hashkes combines insights from the analytic philosophy of Wittgenstein, Quine, and Davidson with the semiotics of Peirce to construe knowledge as systematic reasoning occurring within a community of inquiry. Her reading of the works of Emmanuel Levinas and Jean-Luc Marion allows her to create a philosophical bridge between a discourse of God and a discourse of reason. This synthesis of analytic philosophy and pragmatism, hermeneutics and theology provides Hashkes with a sophisticated tool to understand Rabbinic Judaism. It also makes this study both unique and path breaking in contemporary Jewish philosophy and Rabbinic thought"--

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