|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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About the Author
Avihu Zakai is Emeritus Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His previous publications include History and Apocalypse: Religion and Historical Consciousness in Early Modern History in Europe and America (2008), Jonathan Edwards's Philosophy of Nature: The Re-Enchantment of the World in the Age of Scientific Reasoning (2010), and Erich Auerbach and the Crisis of German Philology: An Apologia for the Western Judaeo-Christian Humanist Tradition in an Age of Peril, Tyranny, and Barbarism (2015).
Table of Contents1. Hans Baron: humanism and Republican liberty in an age of tyranny; 2. Karl Popper: critical interpretation as fighting fascism; 3. Leo Strauss as Talmud in the wrong place; 4. Erich Auerbach and the crisis of German philology.