4 edition of Modern philosophies of Judaism found in the catalog.
Modern philosophies of Judaism
Jacob B. Agus
|Statement||by Jacob B. Agus, PH. D.|
|LC Classifications||BM560 .A35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 388 p.|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||42017193|
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Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Book by Berkovits, Eliezer/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Agus, Jacob B. (Jacob Bernard), Modern philosophies of Judaism.
New York, Behrman's Jewish Book House, Modern Orthodox Judaism (also Modern Orthodox or Modern Orthodoxy) is a movement within Orthodox Judaism that attempts to synthesize Jewish values and the observance of Jewish law with the secular, modern world. Modern Orthodoxy draws on several teachings and philosophies, and thus assumes various forms.
In the United States, and generally in the Western world. Get this from a library. Modern philosophies of Judaism: a study of recent Jewish philosophies of religion. [Jacob B Agus; Mahmoud Saba]. Until modern Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment) and Jewish emancipation, Jewish philosophy was preoccupied with attempts to reconcile coherent new ideas into the tradition of Rabbinic Judaism, thus organizing emergent ideas that are not necessarily Jewish into a uniquely Jewish scholastic framework and world-view.
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The Cambridge Companion to Modern Jewish Philosophy (Cambridge Companions to Religion)Cited by: 7. Agus, Jacob B., Modern philosophies of Judaism: a Study of Recent Jewish Philosophies of Religion, New York, Behrman's Jewish Book House, Modernity raised serious challenges for traditional conceptions of God.
Philosophy, science, a new concern with the self, feminism, and many other modern developments and values have led modern Jewish thinkers to reassess their views of the Jewish deity. Post-Enlightenment Jewish thinkers presented.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: J.B. Agus, Jewish Identity in an Age of Ideologies (); E. Alexander, The Jewish Idea and its Enemies: Personalities, Issues, Events (); A. Altmann, Essays in Jewish Intellectual History (); E.
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Modern Jewish Philosophies: Different Strokes The foremost Jewish philosophers of modern times, that is, philosophical theologians who worked more or less within the confines of the Jewish religion, are Moses Mendelssohn , Nahman Krochmal , Samson Raphael Hirsch , Abraham Geiger , Martin Buber [ Author: Rabbi Louis Jacobs.
vii, pages 23 cm Includes bibliographical references Hermann Cohen's religion of reason -- Franz Rosenzweig's philosophy of Judaism -- Martin Buber's religion of the dialogue -- Faith and law -- Reconstructionist theology: a critical evaluation -- Dr.
A.J. Heschel's theology of pathosPages: One of the major trends in modern Jewish philosophy was the attempt to develop a theory of Judaism through existentialism, as exemplified by the work of Franz Rosenzweig ( - ).
Perhaps the most controversial forms of Jewish philosophy that developed in the early 20th Century was the religious naturalism of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan ( - ) whose theology. A Conservative Theologian by Milton Himmelfarb Guideposts in Modern Judaism.
By Jacob B. Agus. Bloch. $ This collection of thoughtful essays about our religious and communal problems is also a revelation of the perplexities and ambiguities in the mind of one of those few of our rabbis who can be called theologians.
Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism by Eliezer Berkovits 3 ratings, average rating, 1 review Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism Quotes Showing of 1 “There is, in truth, no genuine confrontation between Cited by: 6. The relationship between Judaism and philosophy has been the subject of discussion at least since Late Antiquity.
Often, however, philosophy is reified as a distinct body of knowledge, the views of Epicurus and his followers, Aristotle’s corpus, or the very idea of the self-sufficiency of human reason, and viewed as either in conflict or agreement with an equally simplified notion.
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This book is an ideal introduction for students of religion and philosophy who want to gain an understanding. Jewish philosophy should give way to the philosophy (or philosophies) of Judaism, a deep analysis that takes normative Judaism as the explanandum—and I believe that this project will be most amenable to analytic philosophical concerns.
In my view, two estimable figures in this (medieval) way of understanding and doing Jewish philosophy are Julius Guttmann and Leon. FROMwhen he published his first book, Modern Philosophies of Judaism (originally his Harvard Ph.D. dissertation), until the end of his life, Jacob Agus continually wrestled with and reflected on modern Jewish thought in all its many variations.
The following selections, chosen to accompany David Novak s essay. This is a book where an ancient Jewish thinker such as Philo of Alexandria, who exerted more posthumous influence on Christianity than Judaism, appears or is cited on dozens of pages, whereas modern thinkers such as Hermann Cohen and Rav Abraham Isaac Kook appear more fleetingly.
Jewish philosophy, any of various kinds of reflective thought engaged in by those identified as being Jews.A brief treatment of Jewish philosophy follows. For full treatment, see Judaism: Jewish philosophy. In the Middle Ages, Jewish philosophy encompassed any methodical and disciplined thought pursued by Jews, whether on specifically Judaic themes or not.
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It discusses Torah, G-d, life, the Jewish people and our relation to the other nations, Jewish practice, Jewish law, and the World to Come. One of the things I like most about this book is. Click to read more about Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism by Eliezer Berkovits.
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This book explores three schools of fascinating, talented, and gifted scholars whose philosophies assimilated the Jewish and secular cultures of their respective homelands: they include halakhists from Rabbi Ettlinger to Rabbi Eliezer Berkowitz; Jewish philosophers from Isaac Bernays to Yeshayau Leibowitz; and biblical commentators such as Samuel David Luzzatto and Rabbi.
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