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Justice for All
Justice for All (January 2002)
Issues in Political Philosophy
Steven Scalet - Editor

Collection of essays adapted from an undergraduate honors conference held at Binghamton University which address contemporary issues in political philosophy.

This book is a collection of six essays adapted from an undergraduate honors conference held at Binghamton University, spring 2002. Each essay addresses a contemporary issue in political philosophy. The essays originated as Honors Projects administered throu...(Read More)
 
 
Rabbinic Judaism's Generative Logic, Volume One
Rabbinic Judaism's Generative Logic, Volume One (January 2002)
The Making of the Mind of Judaism
Jacob Neusner - Author

First volume documenting Rabbinic Judaism in its formative age.

What are the rules of cogency, of coherent discourse, that everybody in the normative documents takes for granted, that is, what defines the self-evidence of the intellectual system of Rabbinic Judaism embodied in the formative canon, Mishnah through Bavli?

In these two volumes Neusner explains how the authoritative, cano...(Read More)
 
 
Rabbinic Judaism's Generative Logic, Volume Two
Rabbinic Judaism's Generative Logic, Volume Two (January 2002)
The Formation of the Jewish Intellect: Making Connections and Drawing Conclusions in the Traditional System of Judaism
Jacob Neusner - Author

Second volume documenting Rabbinic Judaism in its formative age.

What are the rules of cogency, of coherent discourse, that everybody in the normative documents takes for granted, that is, what defines the self-evidence of the intellectual system of Rabbinic Judaism embodied in the formative canon, Mishnah through Bavli?

In these two volumes Neusner explains how the authoritative, canonical ...(Read More)
 
 
Religions and Cultures
Religions and Cultures (January 2002)
First International Conference of Mediterraneum
Adriana Destro - Editor
Mauro Pesce - Editor

Synthesis of Mediterraneum’s first seminar.

On May 28, 1995, at Bertinoro, the town where the great commentator of the Mishrah, Ovadiah, once lived, scholars from various prestigious universities founded Mediterraneum

Mediterraneum is a network of eight European and Mediterranean universities for the comparative study of Judaism, Christianity, and Isl...(Read More)
 
 
The Continuing Agony
The Continuing Agony (January 2002)
From the Carmelite Convent to the Crosses at Auschwitz
Alan Berger - Editor
Harry J. Cargas - Editor
Susan E. Nowak - Editor

Reflections from Jews and Roman Catholics on their struggles with the crucial and painful issues that continue to plague Christian-Jewish dialogue.

This book evolved from the editors’ long-standing conviction that informed and honest dialogue is essential in seeking even a partial mending of Christian-Jewish relations after Auschwitz. The task is daunting because of the tortured history involved, and owing...(Read More)
 
 
The War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception, Volume I
The War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception, Volume I (January 2002)
Daniel J. Shepard - Author
Stephen Moore - Editor

Addresses perceived irresolvable paradoxes regarding reality as presented by a number of philosophers.

Volume one addresses perceived irresolvable paradoxes regarding reality as presented by Zeno, Aristotle, Boethius, Copernicus, Leibniz, and Kant from the vantage point of a new metaphysical perception. Although all the great thinkers are not recognized as philosophers, there is little denying they each profound...(Read More)
 
 
The War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception, Volume II
The War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception, Volume II (January 2002)
Daniel J. Shepard - Author
Stephen Moore - Editor

Addresses perceived irresolvable paradoxes regarding reality as presented by a number of philosophers.

Volume two continues the progression of the work into the recent past regarding perceived irresolvable paradoxes as presented by Hegel, Einstein, Russell, Heidegger, and philosophy itself. Concepts such as active observation, time/distance interrelationships, exclusionism, and nothingness are considered and their r...(Read More)
 
 
Thinking Outside the Box
Thinking Outside the Box (January 2002)
Proceedings of the Sixth Oneonta Undergraduate Philsophy Conference
Douglas W. Shrader - Editor

Select essays, originally  presented at the Sixth Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, held in 2001 at SUNY Oneonta.

Thinking Outside the Box is a selection of essays originally presented at the Sixth Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, held in March 2001 at SUNY Oneonta.

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Zarathustra's Love Beyond Wisdom
Zarathustra's Love Beyond Wisdom (January 2002)
David Goicoechea - Author

A study of Nietzche’s Zarathustra.

This reading of Zarathustra shows it to be a drama developing through the five acts of spirit-camel-lion-lioness-child. With attention to the original meaning of philosophy as the love of wisdom the drama proceeds through a series of criticisms and transformations. Spirit is the interplay of the forces of will to power that can love foolishly or wisely. The camel...(Read More)
 
 
A Conceptual Approach to the Mekilta
A Conceptual Approach to the Mekilta (January 2001)
How the Spiritual Values of the Talmud and Midrash Arise from the Bible
Max Kadushin - Author

Describes the actual mode of thought of the Rabbis of the Midrash and the Talmud, and indicates how they derived their own moral teachings from the Bible.

This book represents a new approach to the Midrash, based on the analysis of rabbinic thought developed by Dr. Kadushin in his books Organic Thinking, The Rabbinic Mind, and others. It describes the actual mode of thought of...(Read More)
 
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