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Autonomy and Judaism: The Individual and the Community in Jewish Philosophical Thought.
by Frank, Daniel H., edited by.

Publisher Information:
SUNY Press Albany, NY 1992

Octavo, printed boards, x, 229 pp., notes, subject index

Articles are "Autonomy and Community," Eugene B. Borowitz, "Autonomy and Jewish Thought," Kenneth Seeskin, "Tradition, Heritage, and Autonomy in Modern Jewish Thought," Ze'ev Levy, "The Individual and the Community in the Normative Traditions in Judaism," Lenn E. Goodman, "The Elimination of Perplexity: Socrates and Maimonides as Guides of the Perplexed," Daniel H. Frank, "Autonomy, Community, Authority: Hermann Cohen, Carl Schmitt, Leo Strauss," Martin D. Yaffe, "A Jewish Context for the Social Ethics of Marx and Levinas," Robert Gibbs, "Individual and Communal Forgiveness," Eliot N. Dorff.


Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15146

Price: $7.00

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