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Judaism
  • Author:
    Michael L Morgan
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    Wayne State University Press (June 9, 1987)
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    400 pages
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Rabbi Michael Goldberg has developed this sort of criticism in his book Why Should the Jews Survive? . The Jewish Thought of Emil Fackenheim: A Reader (1987). What is Judaism? An Interpretation for the Present Age (1988).

Rabbi Michael Goldberg has developed this sort of criticism in his book Why Should the Jews Survive?: Looking Past the Holocaust Toward a Jewish Future. During Fackenheim's last interview in 2000 he confronted the question, "Do you think Israel can ever come to the point where it doesn't have to be in a state of resistance?" I think it will be a very long time. But I would say this.

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by Michael L. Published June 1987 by Wayne State Univ Pr.

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Fackenheim is perhaps most well- known for his six- hundred and fourteenth commandment: ( It is forbidden to grant the Nazis any posthumous victories) He often builds his Jewish thought on Midrashic readings and the result is an original and deep Jewish thought.

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Morgan, Michael L. Bibliographic Citation. Fackenheim, Emil L. (1980). Related Items in Google Scholar. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1987.

Emil Fackenheim (), one of the most important Jewish philosophers of. .Michael L. Morgan, Benjamin Pollock. Of Systems and the Systematic Labor of Thought Fackenheim as Philosopher of His Time.

Emil Fackenheim (), one of the most important Jewish philosophers of the twentieth century, called on the world at large not only to bear witness to the Holocaust as an unprecedented assault on Judaism and on humanity, but also to recognize that the question of what it means to philosophize indeed, what it means to be human must be raised anew in its wake. 49. Fackenheim and Levinas Living and Thinking after Auschwitz.

Michael L. Morgan is Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is author of Platonic Piety and Dilemmas in Modern Jewish Thought (Indiana University Press).

The present collection is intended as an introduction to Emil Fackenheim's Jewish thought as it developed over a period of more than 40 years and is presented in several books and dozens of articles.