Essential Essays on Judaism

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Shalem Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 393 pages
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Essential Essays on Judaism presents 13 of Berkovits' most significant essays, exploring vital issues within Judaism and Jewish society, including: Jewish morality and law, Jewish nationhood, and Jewish theology.
 

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Contents

Law and Morality in Jewish Tradition
3
On the Return to Jewish National Life
155
On Jewish Sovereignty
177
Towards a Renewed Rabbinic Leadership
191
The Spiritual Crisis in Israel
201
WRITINGS OF ELIEZER BERKOVITS
333
SOURCES
339
INDEX
385
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About the author (2002)

Eliezer Berkovits (1908-92) was chairman of the philosophy department at Hebrew Theological College in Chicago, and is today recognized as having been one of the leading Jewish thinkers of the last century.Essential Essays on Judaism is the first anthology gathering many of Berkovits' most important writings on subjects such as morality, theology, Jewish law, Zionism and the Holocaust.

David Hazony is a Senior Editor of Azure, a journal of Jewish history, politics, and philosophy.

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