Contemporary Jewish Philosophies
Kaufman's systematic critique of the theological and philosophical views of the major Jewish thinkers of the 20th century was originally published in 1985 by University Press of America. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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Agus's American Jew argues Arthur Cohen Auschwitz belief Borowitz Buber's thought Christian commandment conceived conception of Judaism consciousness contemporary Jewish thought covenant covenant theology creative criticism death Divine doctrine Emil Fackenheim emphasizes empirical reference encounter eternity ethical Eugene Borowitz event existential existentialist Fackenheim fact faith feeling Franz Rosenzweig Halacha Heschel Heschel's philosophy Holocaust human experience human mind I-Thou relationship Ibid idea Idem important individual inner consistency intellectual Ira Eisenstein Israel Jacob Agus Jewish existence Jewish law Jewish theology Kaplan Leo Baeck live logical maintains man's Martin Buber meaning metaphysical modern Mordecai Mordecai Kaplan mystery nature objective paradox peoplehood person pragmatic value precisely present problem prophetic quest question reality Reconstructionism Reconstructionist religion religious response revelation Richard Rubenstein Rosenzweig's thought Rubenstein salvation seek sense simply spiritual statement supernatural Jew term theologian Thou tion Torah tradition transcendence transnatural truth ultimate unique unity universe writes York