This is an original, philosophical discussion in which Andrea Neher relates the lives of prominent nineteenth- and twentieth-century Jews to traditional Jewish thought on issues of assimilation, the Holocaust, and liberal intellectualism.
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About the Author
Andreå Neher was a Professor at the University of Strasbourg and the author of more than twenty works translated worldwide.