Jewish Religion After Theology / / Avi Sagi.
Jewish Religion after Theology ponders one of the most intriguing shifts in modern Jewish thought: from a metaphysical and theological standpoint toward a new manner of philosophizing based primarily on practice. Different chapters study this great shift and its various manifestations. The central f...
|Place / Publishing House:||Boston, MA : : Academic Studies Press,,  |
|Year of Publication:||2020|
|Series:||Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (264 p.)|
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- Chapter One. Are Toleration and Pluralism Possible in Jewish Religion?
- Chapter Two. Yeshayahu Leibovitz: The Man against his Thought
- Chapter Three. Leibowitz and Camus: Between Faith and the Absurd
- Chapter Four. Jewish Religion without Theology
- Chapter Five. The Critique of Theodicy: From Metaphysics to Praxis
- Chapter Six. The Holocaust: A Theological or a Religious-Existentialist Problem?
- Chapter Seven. Tikkun Olam: Between Utopian Idea and Socio-Historical Process