2 edition of The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy found in the catalog.
The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy
Aaron W. Hughes
January 30, 2008
by Indiana University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. Author: Hans Joas 1 Paul E. Pfuetze, Self, Society, Existence: Human Nature and Dialogue in the Thought of. Get this from a library! The invention of Jewish identity: Bible, philosophy, and the art of translation. [Aaron W Hughes] -- Jews from all ages have translated the Bible for their particular times and needs, but what does the act of translation mean? Aaron W. Hughes believes translation has profound implications for Jewish.
Edited by Matthew S. Witkovsky; With an essay by Yve-Alain Bois and contributions by staff and alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago 04/28/, Hardcover. Free Online Library: The art of dialogue: Jewish--Christian relations in a post-Shoah world (the Jerome Cardin Memorial Lecture).(Report) by "Cross Currents"; Philosophy and religion Education Christian-Jewish relations Analysis Christianity and other religions Judaism Jewish persecution Jews Persecutions Nationalism.
True dialogue is an art form. It’s more than just a chat over coffee, a lengthy email string, or a series of texts. Dialogue is a form of conversation where people genuinely try to access different mindsets, ideologies, and perspectives to enable growth. “The Nazi pillage of Jewish books was an assault on the very core of Jewish life,” says Glickman. Of course, Nazi Germany was not the first oppressor of Jews to resort to this tactic.
Interlibrary lending service
Body and Soul
Susceptibility of spermophiles to pathogenic bacteria
The conduct of His Grace the D-ke of Ar--le for the four last years reviewd
British experiment with industrial relations reform.
For the mikado
The Gospel of John
Directory of American grantmakers
O & C lands.
laws of England concerning the game.
Certificate in transfusion science practice
Performance assessment of a hypothetical low-level waste facility
At the beginning of his important new book, The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy, Aaron Hughes notes that the academic study of Jewish philosophy has traditionally centered "on great men and their great texts" (p.
2).Hughes's work, by contrast, is part of a recent trend in scholarship that seeks to broaden these traditional parameters by examining "less important" or "epigonic" thinkers Price: $ Get this from a library.
The art of dialogue in Jewish philosophy. [Aaron W Hughes] -- Aaron W. Hughes presents the first major study of dialogue as a Jewish philosophical practice. Examining connections between Jewish philosophy, the literary form in which it is expressed, and the.
The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy is framed by an introductory chapter, "Expanding the Canon of Jewish Philosophy," in which Hughes sets forth the book’s main goals (briefly discussed in our opening paragraph) and outlines its contents, and an epilogue, "From Dialogue to Dialogic," in which he briefly traces and attempts to account for Price: $ This is a fascinating book about the historic role of dialogue as a literary device in the works of five Jewish philosophers, spanning the 11th–18th centuries.
The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy | Jewish Book Council. Review of The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy by Aaron W. Hughes 2 April, pm Leave a Comment. Whether for the purpose of heartening the faithful to resist pressure to convert or assimilate, or to demonstrate the essential harmony of faith and reason, the philosophic dialogue has a long and distinguished history.
This paper discusses the possibility that the use of the dialogue form is a means of theological imperialism. I both rule out this possibility and propose an argument to justify the tenability of Jewish-Christian dialogue that I defend against objections which follow from Richard Swinburne’s Christian philosophy of revelation.
"The Art of Philosophy: The Use of Dialogue in Halevi's Kuzari and Abravanel's Dialoghi D'Amore" published on 01 Jan by Brill. Dialogue assumes a conversation and a necessity to listen to the other.
The 20th century changed the approach to a dialogue due to the philosophy of dialogue discussed in the present article. Hip Hop Journalist | Shared By XXL, HIPHOPDX, THE SOURCE, BET, COMPLEX & More EMAIL US AT - [email protected] In this groundbreaking work, the author effects the first extended rhetorical-philosophical reading of the historically problematic relationship between Jews and Germans, based on an analysis of texts from the Enlightenment through Modernism by Moses Mendelssohn, Friedrich and Dorothea Schlegel, Karl Marx, Richard Wagner, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Sigmund Freud.
About the Book. Hindu-Christian represent a stat-of-the-art review of the interaction of these two particular faith communities and, by extension, of the interaction between India. The Art of Ethical Dialogue. Moses L. Pava. Pages this book argues that Jewish values are not fixed propositions embedded in written form that can be easily handed off from one generation to the next.
argue dialogue ethics flat humanism imagination Judaism metaphor philosophy proposition spirituality tradition.
Bibliographic. The book is based on the Gifford Lectures, which he delivered in The purpose of the text is to show how philosophy and theology can be in dialogue with one another without subsuming or excluding each other.
The book is geared towards academics, inasmuch as the majority of the text is dedicated to dense metaphysical questions.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values (ZAMM) is a book by Robert M.
Pirsig first published in It is a work of fictionalized autobiography, and is the first of Pirsig's texts in which he explores his "Metaphysics of Quality".Pirsig received rejections before an editor finally accepted the book for publication—and he did so thinking it would never generate.
The Invention of Jewish Identity presents the first sustained analysis of Bible translation and its impact on Jewish philosophy from the medieval period to the 20th century. Hughes examines some of the most important Jewish thinkers―Saadya Gaon, Moses ibn Ezra, Maimonides, Judah Messer Leon, Moses Mendelssohn, Martin Buber, and Franz Cited by: 2.
Philosophy as an Art of Living. Situating the Method of Socratic Dialogue within a Framework of “Care of the Self” Article (PDF Available) January with 79 Reads.
The Art of Dialogue in Jewish Philosophy. Aaron W. Hughes - - Indiana University Press. Four Wycliffe Dialogues: Dialogue Between Jon and Richard, Dialogue Between a Friar and a Secular, Dialogue Between Reson and Gabbyng, Dialogue Between a Clerk and a Knight.
This volume of essays constitutes a critical evaluation of Martin Buber’s concept of dialogue as a trans-disciplinary hermeneutic method. So conceived, dialogue has two distinct but ultimately convergent vectors. The first is directed to the subject of one’s investigation: one is to listen to the voice of the Other and to suspend all predetermined categories and notions that one may have.
The author frequently brings Jewish philosophy and law into dialogue with contemporary Anglo-American philosophy. The book serves scholars and students of Jewish philosophy and law and is suitable for inclusion in syllabi of undergraduate and graduate courses.
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.An ethical dialogue is a special form of communication between two or more human beings.
The purpose of an ethical dialogue is to selfconsciously cocreate an imaginary space between us, a safe place we enter or leave at our own choosing.
It is a bounded space reserved for playing with serious ideas.Dialogue, in its widest sense, the recorded conversation of two or more persons, especially as an element of drama or a literary form, it is a carefully organized exposition, by means of invented conversation, of contrasting philosophical or intellectual attitudes.
The oldest known dialogues are the Sicilian mimes, written in rhythmic prose by Sophron of Syracuse in the early 5th.