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Judaism and Modernity: The Religious Philosophy of David Hartman

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Overview

In Judaism and Modernity, prominent Israeli and American scholars of philosophy, religion, law, political theory, and Judaism engage David Hartman's wide-ranging and provocative work. Touched by Hartman's passion for religious dialogue, humanism, and the interplay of traditional texts and modern thought, the contributors advance their own ideas on the philosophy of religion, religious anthropology, pluralism, Zionism, and medieval Jewish philosophy. This is a collection for students, professional academicians, and all who seek ways to incorporate the wisdom of the past into the evolving wisdom of the future.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780754639312
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 9/30/2004
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Judaism in light of the rebirth of the state of Israel : the philosophy of David Hartman 3
David Hartman and the crisis in modern faith 25
In what sense is David Hartman a Jewish theologian? 35
Interpretation beyond metaphysics 53
Why David Hartman isn't a "philosophical theologian" 65
Time and religious consciousness in the thought of David Hartman 79
From anthropology to metaphysics : David Hartman on divine intervention 104
Mastery and hubris in Judaism : the religious anthropology of David Hartman 121
Educating for spiritual maturity : Hartman's interpretation of Judaism as a "religion for adults" 133
Biblical faith and the roots of human dignity 151
Adam and our selves 158
The Akedah in the thought of David Hartman 171
The covenant of conscience 187
Memory 198
A faith-ful Jewish critical interpretation of the Bible 210
The rabbinic ideal of the peacemaker : David Hartman reads Maimonides' laws of Hanukkah 216
Love thy companion as thyself : musings on its usage in Tannaitic literature and the sermon on the mount 228
The pluralism of David Hartman 237
David Hartman, Paul van Buren and Franz Rosenzweig on Jewish-Christian dialogue 249
David Hartman on the attitudes of Soloveitchik and Heschel towards Christianity 262
Can interpretive freedom be unlimited? 274
Interpretive fluidity and P'sak in a case of Pidyon Sh'vuyim : a modern Israeli responsum illuminated by the thought of David Hartman 286
Zionism and Judaism 308
Israel and the creation of pluralistic covenental community 326
Strangers in our home : Hartman on peace with the Palestinians 345
Maimonides on Amalek, self-corrective mechanisms, and the war against idolatry 359
The unity of Maimonides' religious thought : the laws of mourning as a case study 393
Maimonides on the "normality" of Hebrew 413
Who has implanted within us eternal life : Judah Halevi on immortality and the afterlife 445
App David Hartman's life and thought 467
App Writings of David Hartman 470
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