Rethinking Jewish Philosophy: Beyond Particularism and Universalism

Rethinking Jewish Philosophy: Beyond Particularism and Universalism


Jewish proposal is, in lots of methods, a paradox. Is it theology or is it philosophy? Does it use common the way to articulate Judaism's particularity or does it justify Judaism's particularity with appeals to illuminating the common? those units of claims are tricky if no longer very unlikely to reconcile, and their rigidity reverberates in the course of the size and breadth of Jewish philosophical writing, from Saadya Gaon within the 9th century to Emmanuel Levinas within the twentieth.

Rethinking Jewish Philosophy offers a deeply felt exploration of Jewish philosophy and may end up to be a vital and enduring textual content in its field.

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