To Mend the World: Foundations of Post-Holocaust Jewish Thought
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Beschreibung"This subtle and nuanced study is clearly Fackenheim's mostimportant book." -- Paul Mendes-Flohr
..". magnificentin sweep and in execution of detail." -- Franklin H.Littell
In To Mend the World Emil L. Fackenheim points the way toJudaism's renewal in a world and an age in which all of our notions -- about God, humanity, and revelation -- have been severely challenged. He tests the resourceswithin Judaism for healing the breach between secularism and revelation after theHolocaust. Spinoza, Rosenzweig, Hegel, Heidegger, and Buber figure prominently inhis account.
InhaltsverzeichnisAcknowledgments Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the Midland Edition Auschwitz as Challenge to Philosophy and Theology I. Introduction 1. Introductions 2. Systems 3. Revelation 4. The Holocaust 5. OFoundations of Future Jewis ThoughtO: Genesis of a Plan 6. OFoundationsO: From Plan to Execution 7. Napoleonic and Related Strategies 8. Language 9. Toward Future Jewish Thought II. The Problematics of Contemporary Jewish Thought: From Spinoza Beyond Rosenzweig 1. Introducting Spinoza and Rosenzweig 2. Baruch Spinoza 3. Franz Rosenzweig 4. Spinoza and Rosenzweig Today 5. Conclusion III. The Shibboleth of Revelation: From Spinoza Beyond Hegel 1. Rosenzweig on Hegel 2. Hegel on Judaism and Spinoza 3. Revelation as Shibboleth 4. The Basis of HegelOs Mediating Thought-Activity 5. Spinoza dn Hegel on Revelation 6. The Core of the Hegelian Mediation 7. HegelOs Mediation between Spinoza and Judaism 8. The Failure of HegelOs Mediation and Its Dialectical Results 9. The Move toward the Extremes 10. The End of the Constantinianism and the Turn to Dialogical Openness 11. Catastrophe 12. The Shibboleth of Revelation in Jewish Modernity IV. Historicity, Rupture, and Tikkun Olam (OMending the WorldO): From Rosenzweig Beyond Heidegger 1. Spinoza, Rosenzweig, and Heidegger on Death 2. Historicity 3. Historicity and Transcendence 4. The Ontic-Ontological Circle 5. 1933: Year of Decision 6. The Age of Technology and the Age of Auschwitz 7. Unauthentic Thought after the Holocaust 8. The Spectrum of Resistance during the Holocaust: An Essay in Description and Definition 9. Resistance as an Ontological Categary: An Essay in Critical Analysis 10. Rupture, Teshuva, and Tikkun Olam 11. Historicity, Hermeneutics, and Tikkun Olam after the Holocaust 12. On Philosophy after the Holocaust 13. Concerning Post-Holocaust Christianity 14. Jewish Existence after the Holocaust 15. Epilogue V. Conclusion: Teshuva Today: Concerning Judaism After the Holocaust 1. The Problematics of Teshuva in Our Time 2. Rosenzweig after Heidegger 3. Yom Kippur after the Holocaust 4. The Message of Beit Ha-Tefutsot 5. The Sharing of Teshuva after the Holocaust Abbreviations Notes Index
PortraitEMIL L. FACKENHEIM is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Toronto and Fellow of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Pressestimmen"This subtle and nuanced study is clearly Fackenheim's most important book." Paul Mendes-Flohr " ... magnificent in sweep and in execution of detail." Franklin H. Littell "This is a monumental book by a Jew possessed of an intellect equalled only by his love of the Jewish people ... " Jewish Book News
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: INDIANA UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1994
Seitenanzahl: 408 Seiten