They Made Their Souls Anew: Ils Ont Refait Leur Ame

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SUNY Press, 1990 - Social Science - 179 pages
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Proceedings of a conference held July 1988 in Munich. This volume (the first in a new series) contains discussions of both endocrine and chemotherapeutic options. Standard regimens and their sequencing are analyzed and put into perspective. No index. Translated from the 1979 French original edition. Neher (1914-88) presents a philosophical discussion relating the lives of prominent 19th and 20th century Jews to traditional Jewish thought on such issues as assimilation, the Holocaust, Marxism, and liberal intellectualism. Paper edition (unseen), $12.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
  

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Contents

Heinrich Heine
5
Franz Rosenzweig
11
Karl Wolfskehl
17
Aaron Abraham Kabak
23
The Knots and the Tensions
29
The Anti and Its Masks
37
The Anti Has Roots in France
43
THE SITUATION OF BIBLICAL
65
The Jewish Mystery
91
The Challenge Accepted
105
Karl Wolfskehl
113
The Returners from Marxism
121
Jewish Prayer at the Heart of the Supreme Soviet
127
From the Temptation of the Cross to the Star
139
From Baptism to Kol NidreArnold Schonberg
149
Kol Nidre
165

The Typological Sociodrama
77
Israel A Company of Unlimited Liability
84

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About the author (1990)

Andreĺ Neher was a Professor at the University of Strasbourg and the author of more than twenty works translated worldwide.

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