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Thinking the unthinkable : meanings of the Holocaust

Author: Roger S Gottlieb
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, ©1990.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Thinking the unthinkable.
New York : Paulist Press, ©1990
(OCoLC)645297875
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger S Gottlieb
ISBN: 0809131722 9780809131723
OCLC Number: 21302136
Description: ix, 446 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Why did it happen? Why? Towards a theory of the Holocaust / Ronald Aronson --
Religion and the origins of the death camps : a psychanalytic interpretation / Richard C. Rubenstein --
Murderous objectivity : reflections on Marxism and the Holocaust / Richard Schmitt --
Adolf Hitler's childhood : from hidden to manifest horror / Alice Miller --
The agents : reflections on victims and murderers. Us and them / Terence Des Pres --
The right way to act : indicting the victims / Abigail Rosenthal --
Thoughts about women and the Holocaust / Joan Ringelheim --
Different horrors, same hell : women remembering the Holocaust / Myrna Goldenberg --
The anti-Semite / Jean-Paul Sartre --
Doubling : the Faustian bargain / Robert J. Lifton --
The Holocaust and spiritual life. "The death of my father" and "Yom Kippur" / Elie Wiesel --
Authenticity of being / Eliezer Berkovits --
Jewish existence after the Holocaust / Emil L. Fackenheim --
The challenge of the Holocaust for Christian theology / John T. Pawlikowski --
The meaning of this hour / Abraham Joshua Heschel. (Cont.) Two central moral questions : Nazi guilt and Jewish resistance. Postscript to Eichmann in Jerusalem / Hannah Arendt --
On Eichmann / Gershom Scholem --
Measuring responsibility / A. Zvi Bar-On --
Jews, tradition, and resistance / Hersh Smoliar [and others] --
The concept of resistance : Jewish resistance during the Holocaust / Roger S. Gottlieb --
Present and future questions : hope, survivors, and memory. The Holocaust and the human condition / George Kren and Leon Rappaport --
The Holocaust--
one generation after / Bruno Bettelheim --
Responses to the Holocaust / Miriam Greenspan --
The memory of the offense / Primo Levi --
The Holocaust and the imperative to remember / Jerry Samet --
Remembrance and resistance / Roger S. Gottlieb.
Responsibility: edited by Roger S. Gottlieb.

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