Cultural Writings of Franz Rosenzweig

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Syracuse University Press, 2000 - Philosophy - 183 pages
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Published here in English for the first time, these essays offer a glimpse into the cultural and social dimensions of Franz Rosenzweig's thought-an aspect of his philosophy that has too often been ignored by an overemphasis on his status as a religious thinker. The editor provides a broader context for Rosenzweig's concepts, especially his orientation in the modern world and concerns regarding modernity and technological developments
 

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Contents

Rosenzweigs Music Reviews
58
A Commemorative Writing
79
Fighters
98
A Pronouncement for a Celebration
103
The Concert Hall on the Phonograph Record
116
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Barbara E. Galli is with McGill University's Faculty of Religious Studies.

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