German Jews: A Dual Identity

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Yale University Press, 1999 - Germany - 149 pages
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In this book the author explores through the prism of Rosenweig's image of how German Jews have understood and contended with their two-fold spiritual patrimony. He deepens the discussion to consider also how the German-Jewish experience bears upon the general random experience of living with multiple cultural identities.

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Chapter Three The GermanJewish Parnassus
Chapter Four Franz Rosenzweigs Eulogy
Epilogue Reflections on the Legacy

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