New Thinking (Library of Jewish Philosophy)

New Thinking Library of Jewish Philosophy Here for the first time faithfully translated in their entirety are the principal texts for which Franz Rosenzweig initiated the project that would become The Star of Redemption Included in the vol

  • Title: New Thinking (Library of Jewish Philosophy)
  • Author: Franz Rosenzweig
  • ISBN: 9780815627845
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • Here, for the first time, faithfully translated in their entirety, are the principal texts for which Franz Rosenzweig initiated the project that would become The Star of Redemption.Included in the volume are Rosenzweig s essay, The New Thinking four important reviews, of The Star of Redemption, and his 1917 letter to Rudolf Ehrenberg, the germcell of The Star.BarbaraHere, for the first time, faithfully translated in their entirety, are the principal texts for which Franz Rosenzweig initiated the project that would become The Star of Redemption.Included in the volume are Rosenzweig s essay, The New Thinking four important reviews, of The Star of Redemption, and his 1917 letter to Rudolf Ehrenberg, the germcell of The Star.Barbara E Galli s own essay touches on the basis concepts of Rosenzweig s work, while pointing to and going beyond his scholarship Alan Udoff s provocative closing essay situates Rosenzweig s thought in the context of modern and postmodern philosophical concerns and suggests a new direction in assessing the philosopher s theological accomplishment.This volume is a perfect guide for students of the great philosopher and for a broader general audience seeking an introduction to Rosenzwieg s ideas.

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    1. Franz Rosenzweig

      Franz Rosenzweig s story, like Gershom Scholem and Franz Kafka, was that of a return to the very core of Jewish life from the assimilated periphery Rosenzweig was born into a wealthy, acculturated family in Kassel, Germany After studying medicine, his scholastic interest shifted toward philosophy and his dissertation later became a two volume study entitled Hegel und der Staat Hegel and the State 1920 , which is displayed in the Bezalel Bookcase It was at this stage in his life where he was ready to abandon Judaism and convert to Christianity, but only on one condition Like the earliest Christians, he would enter as a Jew, not a pagan In 1913, as a last resort, he attended Kol Nidre services In that orthodox synagogue, he had a religious epiphany that sent him squarely back to Judaism.As a solider in the trenches during World War I, Rosenzweig composed his seminal work, Der Stern der Erloesung The Star of Redemption 1921 Afterwards he moved to Frankfurt, where he created a particular Jewish sphere and remained the rest of his life Beyond the influence of his published scholarly works, his legacy is undoubtedly intertwined with his founding of the Freies Judisches Lehrhaus, an adult academy dedicated to Jewish studies of the highest intellectual standing.Franz Rosenzweig personified the conflict of many young intelligent Jews, that between the pull of modernity and the practice of traditional Jewish ideals More than any other German Jew, Rosenzweig helped to build a distinct, modern Jewish culture, while remaining deeply rooted in his German surrounding Gelman Library, gwu gelman spec kiev t

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