Jewish philosophy and the crisis of modernity: essays and lectures in modern Jewish thought


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Bibliographic Details
Contributors: Strauss, Leo 1899-1973 (Other) ; Green, Kenneth Hart 1953- (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
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Published: Albany State University of New York Press (c)1997
In:Year: 1997
Series/Journal:SUNY series in the Jewish writings of Leo Strauss
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Jewish philosophy
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Judaism 20th century
B Philosophy, Modern History
B Jewish Philosophy
B Judaism ; 20th century
B Jewish Philosophy History
B History
B Judaism and philosophy
B Electronic books History
B Philosophy, Modern ; History
B Philosophy, Modern
B Judaism 20th century
B Judaism
B Philosophy, Jewish ; History
B Electronic books
Online Access: Volltext (lizenzpflichtig)
Parallel Edition:Non-electronic
An anthology of unpublished and published essays and lectures following the trajectory of Leo Strauss's ideas into the heart of modern Jewish thought. The writings span nearly 30 years and contain considerations of Jewish figures such as Baruch Spinoza, Martin Buber, and Sigmund Freud while also analyzing some of the central topics in modern Judaism, including the "theological-political crisis," anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, Zionism, the question of assimilation, and the State of Israel. The collection also contains two sustained interpretations of the Hebrew Bible. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Item Description:"Bibliography: selected works on Leo Strauss as a modern Jewish thinker": pages 479-487. Includes bibliographical references (pages 477-478) and index. - Description based on print version record