Judaism : a contemporary philosophical investigation / Lenn E. Goodman
- Goodman, Lenn Evan, 1944-
- New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
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- Physical Description:
- xx, 195 pages ; 24 cm.
- Investigating philosophies of religion
- Chapter 1. Biblical logic -- Chapter 2. Two epiphanies -- Chapter 3. Mosaic liberalism -- Chapter 4. Holiness -- Chapter 5. God and Israel as lovers -- Chapter 6. Regrouping.
- "Judaism, as a religion and a way of life, has guided millions of lives and profoundly influenced its younger sisters, Christianity and Islam, as well as contributing major themes and norms to the liberal and humanistic traditions of the West. Not all Jews are religious, and not all of Judaism is philosophical; but at its core Judaism rests on a complex of values and ideas that address the abiding concerns of philosophy and perennial questions about the meaning and purpose of life, the nature of the universe, the roots and fruits of human responsibility, the character of justice, the worth of nature, and the dignity of persons. This book examines some of the central questions that such ideas raise, drawing on the ancient and more recent sources of Jewish thought, as viewed from a contemporary philosophical standpoint:--
- 9781138193352 hardcover alkaline paper
1138193356 hardcover alkaline paper
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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