An Arthur A. Cohen Reader: Selected Fiction and Writings on Judaism, Theology, Literature, and Culture

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Wayne State University Press, 1998 - Christianity and other religions - 573 pages
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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
JEWISH THEOLOGY
16
Introduction Paul MendesFlohr
29
MODERN JEWISH THINKERS
30
Some Existential Dogmas 1962
42
Art and Theology 1963
50
Life amid the Paradigms or the Absence of a Jewish Critique
72
Theology 1987
94
The Holocaust 1983
250
Introduction David Stern
257
Ones Own Text 1983
288
Introduction David Stern
407
Job and the Modern Imagination 1969
413
Aggadah and the Fictional Imagination 1976
420
LITERARY ART AND CULTURAL CRITICISM
445
The Inventor of Splendid Arguments with
453

Resurrection of the Dead 1987
102
Eschatology 1987
108
Introduction Paul MendesFlohr
117
The Jewish Intellectual in an Open Society 1967
130
An Inquiry into
146
Martin Buber and Judaism 1980
173
JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY
193
The Myth of the JudeoChristian Tradition 1969
203
The Holocaust and Christian Theology 1982
213
An Historical Episode
221
Introduction Paul MendesFlohr
231
Antecedents and Legacy of Dada
459
Kafkas Prague 1981
478
The Sufferings of Heinrich von Kleist 1982
489
From Eastern Europe to Paris and Beyond 1985
502
Artist of the Incomplete 1987
510
Introduction David Stern
525
Hasidic Encounter 1971
533
How to Avoid Disappearing 1978
539
Bibliography
549
Some Observations about Literature and Theology
572
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