The Jewish Political Tradition: Authority

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Yale University Press, 2003 - History - 578 pages
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The contributors to this volume discuss the authority of God, the claims of kings, priests, prophets, rabbis, lay leaders and gentile rulers during the years of the exile, and issues of authority in the modern state of Israel.
 

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The second volume in a proposed four-volume series (the first was Authority), this is essentially a collection of documents translated into English from Jewish political history, all revolving ... Read full review

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In this first book of a four-volume series originating from a conference on Jewish philosophy, religion, and politics sponsored by the Shalom Harman Institute of Jerusalem, the political arguments of ... Read full review

Contents

Glossary of Names
525
Glossary of Terms
545
List of Commentators
555
Index of Biblical and Rabbinic Sources
557

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