Concepts of the Other in Near Eastern Religions

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Ilai Alon, Ithamar Gruenwald, Itamar Singer
BRILL, 1994 - Religion - 386 pages
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This text examines the philosophical concept of "other" in the Near Eastern religions. It contains essays that are divided into three sections: the Ancient Near East; Judaism and Christianity; and Islam and India.
 

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Contents

Introductory Notes
7
Ancient Near East
19
DIEUX AUTRES DlEUX DES AUTRES
39
The Limits of
81
The Conception of Other Gods
103
the Rule of the Martian as Applied to Qumran
121
VerusIsrael
143
Early Christianity as Radical Religion
173
The Karaites Sadducee Dilemma
195
The Image of the Jew as Other in Medieval
227
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