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Philosopher of Revelation: The Life and Thought of S.L. Steinheim

Including an Annotated Translation, With a Biographical and Analytical Introduct
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Jewish Publication Society of America
Judaism, Theology, Revelation, Jewish Theology, Religion - Judaism, Religion, Revelation (Jewish theology), Judaism - General, Judaism - Theology, Steinheim, Salomon L
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ISBN 100827603533
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Excerpt. By the time Steinheim had completed the first volume of The Revelation, German romanticism had nearly run its course as a literary and philosophic movement. Friedrich Schleiermacher, its most influential religious philosopher, had died in He had been the dominant figure in the intellectual revival of Christianity ever since the publication, inof his book On.

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Philosopher Of Revelation: The Life And Thought Of S. Steinheim Including an Annotated Translation, with a Biographical and Analytical Introduction, of the Entire First Volume of His Four-Volume Work "The Relvalation According to the Doctrine of Judaism, a Criterion" and Selections from Volumes 2.

Philosopher of revelation: the life and thought of S.L. Steinheim: including an annotated translation, with a biographical and analytical introduction, of the entire first volume of his four-volume work and selections from volumes 2, 3, and 4.

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Rabbi Haberman was the author of The Philosophy of Revelation: The Life and Thought of S. Steinheim; The God I Believe In: Conversations on Religion with 14 Leading Jewish Intellectuals; Healing Psalms: The Dialogues with God that Help You Cope with Life; Three Cities in the Making of a Rabbi: Vienna, Washington, and Jerusalem; and Facing the Crises of Life.

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Three Cities in the Making of a Rabbi: Vienna, Washington, and Jerusalem. Facing the Crises of Life. The culmination of Eliezer Schweid’s life-work as a Jewish intellectual historian, this five-volume work provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary account of the major thinkers and movements in modern Jewish thought, in the context of general philosophy and Jewish social-political historical developments, with extensive primary source excerpts.

A short book but Roger Scruton admirably manages to render the difficult philosophy of Spinoza accessible within these few well written pages. I am no Spinozist, and so cannot concur with Scruton's conclusions drawn from Spinoza's thought; however, this book was immensely helpful as an introduction to the basic overview of that thought/5(70).

שלמה לוי (לודוויג) שטַיינהַיים (בגרמנית: Salomon Ludwig Steinheim; נולד שלמה בן לוי; י"ד באב ה'תקמ"ט, 6 באוגוסט – ד' בסיון ה'תרכ"ו, 18 במאי ) היה תאולוג, פילוסוף ורופא יהודי-גרמני, מגדולי ההוגים הדתיים. (19) Steinheim, who also became known as a physician and as one who was involved in the struggle for the emancipation of the Jews, developed in his magnum opus "Die Offenbarung nach dem Lehrbegriffe der Synagoge" (Revelation according to the Doctrine of the Synagogue)(20) his understanding of the relationship between Reason and Revelation.

Only in the last two generations has his. Giordano Bruno (/ dʒ ɔːr ˈ d ɑː n oʊ ˈ b r uː n oʊ /, Italian: [dʒorˈdaːno ˈbruːno]; Latin: Iordanus Brunus Nolanus; born Filippo Bruno, January or February – 17 February ) was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, mathematician, poet, cosmological theorist, and Hermetic occultist.

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These sayings poetically articulate what is, in a way that we can understand and relate to as the illusion of time passes before our eyes. The latter vision of man was Hegel's synthesis of years of thought. Rosinweed utilized Hegel's systematic method but searched for a philosophy of the real world to replace Hegel's "worldly spirit".

Blending intellect and revelation, Rosenzweig's man is free and responsible when God, man and the world meet. Mea's freedom however, is limited.

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In other eras, as in modern times, concentration on the latter has been. However, for other philosophers the word could be used in different ways. For instance, Parmenides used the word to express pure thought apart from the 1 senses.

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Reason by itself is inadequate, receiving its proper completion only through divine revelation. Steinheim tried to refute the standard claims of philosophical rationalism by showing them to be self-defeating or destructive of that which is essential to humanity: there is no true humanity, he held, without ethics, and no ethics without human freedom; since a fixed, all-encompassing rational order makes no provision.

Hirsch and that of Mendelssohn The Jewish philosopher, S. Steinheim, a contemporary and compatriot of S. Hirsch, has clearly indicated the gulf separating the two, writing that S. Hirsch disregarded the "writ of divorce" by which Men­ delssohn had sundered the.

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