The Shape of Revelation (2007) ( Stanford/dp/0804753210/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1327276709&sr=1-2)

(God After Auschwitz: Tradition and Change in Post-Holocaust Jewish Thought (1998)

The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy: The Modern Era (co-edited with Martin Kavka & David Novak)


Revelation Camp: Gender Rosenzweig and the Con-fusion of Concepts 

Review of Ingrid L. Anderson. Ethics and Suffering since the Holocaust: Making
Ethics “First Philosophy” in Levinas, Wiesel, and Rubenstein

God’s Inside/ the Line of A Poem: A Philosophical Commentary

Out of This World: Virtual Reality and Philosophical Talmud: Review of Sergey Dologopolski, The Open Past

Outside Aphrodite’s Bathhouse: Review of Rachel Neis, The Sense of Sight in Rabbinic Culture: Jewish Ways of Seeing in Late Antiquity

Aura and the Spiritual in Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction

After Germany

Patient Political Gesture Law, Liberalism, and Talmud

Martin Buber at Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (with Michael Zank)

Conservative Money and Jewish Studies: The Tikvah Fund

Judaism and Science Response to Samuelson

Lessing in Jerusalem

Maimonides & Visual Imagination


Photographic index, “The Spiritual in Art,” and the Ethics of “Downcast Eyes[1]

Pragmatism and Picture-Thinking: A Liberal Reponse to Hannah Hashkes

Radical theology and Judaism: Response to Martin Kavka[1]

Stretched Flesh-Space: Temple, Talmud and Merleau-Ponty[1]

We Are Ourselves to Blame: The Jewish Writings of Hannah Arendt


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