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To mend the world : foundations of post-Holocaust Jewish thought

Author: Emil L Fackenheim
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana Univ. Press, 1994.
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Presents a classic meditation on the healing responsibility of Jewish thought by a pre-eminent philosopher and theologian. This work points the way to Judaism's renewal in a world and an age in which  Read more...

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Fackenheim, Emil L.
To mend the world.
Bloomington : Indiana Univ. Press, 1994
(OCoLC)647543456
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emil L Fackenheim
ISBN: 0253321131 9780253321138 025332114X 9780253321145
OCLC Number: 29670107
Description: xlix, 358 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: 12. The Shibboleth of Revelation in Jewish Modernity --
IV. Historicity, Rupture, and Tikkun Olam ("Mending the World"): From Rosenzweig Beyond Heidegger. 1. Spinoza, Rosenzweig, and Heidegger on Death. 2. Historicity. 3. Historicity and Transcendence. 4. The Ontic-Ontological Circle. 5. 1933: Year of Decision. 6. The Age of Technology and the Age of Auschwitz. 7. Unauthentic Thought after the Holocaust. 8. The Spectrum of Resistance during the Holocaust: An Essay in Description and Definition. 9. Resistance as an Ontological Category: An Essay in Critical Analysis. 10. Rupture, Teshuva, and Tikkun Olam. 11. Historicity, Hermeneutics, and Tikkun Olam after the Holocaust. 12. On Philosophy after the Holocaust. 13. Concerning Post-Holocaust Christianity. 14. Jewish Existence after the Holocaust --
V. Conclusion: Teshuva Today: Concerning Judaism After the Holocaust. 1. The Problematics of Teshuva in Our Time. 2. Rosenzweig after Heidegger. 3. Yom Kippur after the Holocaust. 4. The Message of Beit Ha-Tefutsot. 5. The Sharing of Teshuva after the Holocaust.
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