Tag Archives: Buber and Rosenzweig

CFP (Franz Rosenzweig Society) (Rome)

International Congress of the Franz Rosenzweig Gesellschaft – Call for Papers The conjunction “and” in Franz Rosenzweig’s work: I and the Other, philosophy and theology, time and redemption, Judaism and Christianity In his Introduction to Hermann Cohen’s Jüdische Schriften (Berlin, 1924) … Continue reading

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Jewish Philosophy Marginalia (Margaret Olin Reading Arthur Cohen Reading Franz Rosenzweig )

Bibliophiles along with Jewish philosophy and Jewish Americana people and maybe a couple of modern art historians will want to check out this extraordinary blogpost by Margaret Olin, which you can read here. In addition to her own inspired commentary, … Continue reading

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Buber & Rosenzweig (AJS 2015 Preview)

Just a little preview, but there are only two papers on Levinas and no papers devoted to Franz Rosenzweig in the conference program for the upcoming AJS conference. But there’s a bunch of Buber. What with major conferences in New … Continue reading

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Martin Buber Conference (Manhattan College) (April 23, 2015)

A new Martin Buber? The presenters of these papers at this upcoming conference have their eye on embodiment, action, film, politics, globalization. Kudos to Sarah Scott for putting this together. Proud to be a part of it.

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Martin Buber Online (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Co-penned by Michael Zank and yours truly, the revised entry for Martin Buber is now up online at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Both compressed and comprehensive, what I hope it adds to the picture of Buber in the secondary … Continue reading

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God Would Have To Have A Body (Edmund Husserl) (Ideas II)

Part one of Husserl’s Ideas II is given over to the phenomenological “constitution of material nature.” Of all places, it’s here that Husserl speculates about God and spirits as embodied, about the objectivity of a world saturated by subjectivity (95, … Continue reading

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Time Machine (Gordon Earl Adams)

His goal was to control time and space. But is this design-scheme any less loopy than, what, The Star of Redemption? Speculative and “spectacular,” both plans were driven by the powers and force effects of cyclical motion. The only difference is that … Continue reading

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