Perceptions of Jewish History

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University of California Press, 03.03.1993 - 408 Seiten
"Perceptions of Jewish History scintillates with original ideas and insights. It will appeal to a broad audience."--Michael A. Signer, University of Notre Dame "Students of the Jewish past will welcome this volume; it will also attract readers with the widest possible range of interests."--Robert Chazan, New York University
 

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Inhalt

Introduction
xiii
Collective Memory and Historical Consciousness
1
History Counterhistory and Narrative
20
History Counterhistorv and Narrative
30
Biblical and Postbiblical Perceptions of History
48
The Historical Novel as Reflexive Literature
55
The Apocalyptic Mentality
68
Medieval Exegesis and Historical Consciousness
86
Haskala History and the Medieval Tradition
232
The Modernization of Western European Jews
245
Franz Rosenzweig and the End of GermanJewish Philosophy
255
Urformell and Urzelle
258
Hermann Cohen and His Legacy
268
Rosenzweig on the Destiny of Judaism
289
Theological Responses to the Holocaust
304
The Holocaust as Punishment and Signal
305

Nachmanidess Reading of the Biblical Narrative
96
Gersonidess Biblical Commentary
119
Law Philosophy and Historical Awareness
129
The Image of the Ruler in Jewish Sources
153
Polemics Responses and SelfReflection
167
Changes in Christian AntiJewish Polemics in the Twelfth Century
170
Responses to Adversity
199
History Apologetics and Humanism
206
The Threshold of Modernity
218
AntiJudaism and AntiSemitism
309
The Dialectical Theology of Meaninglessness
327
Zionism Science and History
336
The Three Aspects
338
Two Images of Humanity
345
Bibliography
349
Index
373
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Über den Autor (1993)

Amos Funkenstein was the Koret professor of Jewish history at University of California Berkeley. 

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