6 edition of The Other in Jewish Thought and History found in the catalog.
August 1, 1994
by New York University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Laurence J. Silberstein (Editor), Robert L. Cohn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, this book ranges from an analysis of the historical background to Maharal’s thought, to examining the relevance of this thought in the modern era, before addressing the popular cultural and folkloristic reception of Maharal’s impact on modern, Western culture. Jewish thought is not a single continuous tradition, but rather a varied mix of works, which reflect the specific ideological and historical positions of those who wrote them. The wide range of philosophical and theological writings that analyze Judaism from a conceptual point of view account for.
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In every society, conceptions of otherness, which often reflect a group's fears and vulnerabilities, result in deep-rooted traditions of inclusion and exclusion that permeate the culture's literature, religion, and politics.
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During the academic year –, the Center for Jewish History in New York gathered a small number of scholars, at various career stages, working on different periods in Jewish history and representing a range of methodologies and disciplines, to convene a Working Group on the History of the Jewish Book.
This book is an enquiry into the central processes and events that changed the course of Jewish history in the modern era, emigration, emancipation, secularization, anti-Semitism, and Zionism. The genesis of these processes derive from the revolutionary upheavals experienced by.
The historicity of the Bible is the question of the Bible's relationship to history, meaning not just its "acceptability as history" but our own ability to understand the literary forms of biblical narrative. This can be extended to the question of the Christian New Testament as an accurate record of the historical Jesus and the Apostolic Age.
A Book Of Jewish Thoughts provides provocative reading Offering prose and poetry culled from the great Jewish sages, philosophers, Biblical commentators, eminent historians and many others - as well as selections from such famous non-Jews as Tolstoy and Mark Twain/5(3). (1) The book of Devarim, Deuteronomy.
Whilst the whole of the Torah is to be treasured no other single book so summarises the whole of Jewish faith: law, narrative, theology, the first two paragraphs of the Shema, the Ten Commandments, a summation of Jewish history.
Re: About Daniel being in the prophets The Jewish Bible is generally split into three sections, The Torah - Pentateuch, The Nevi'im - Prophets, and Ketuvim - Writings\scriptures\Hagiographa.
The book of Daniel can be found is this third section. See The Complete Tanach with Rashi's Commentary Reply. turning the other cheek "the turning of the other cheek" mean't not to bear a grudge, not to let 'the sun go down on your anger'.
It has nothing to do with lex talionis or otherwise. Self defence is encouraged in both Jewish and 'Christian' writings Neither does the Torah tell one to walk tall but carry a big stick.The Other in Jewish thought and history: constructions of Jewish culture and identity the construction of gender; the gentile as Other; the Palestinian as Other; blacks as Other in American Jewish literature; the Jewish body image as symbol of Otherness; and women as Other in Israeli cinema.
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