Tag Archives: Jewish Philosophy

(No Country for Old Women) Gender & Rosenzweig & Jewish Philosophy (Special Edition Bamidbar)

Gender and Jewish Philosophy Edited by Susan Shapiro Bamidbar 4: 2 (2014) (appeared in print, summer 2019)   Susan Shapiro Introduction Mara H. Benjamin Love in the Star? A Feminist Challenge Gesine Palmer „Dying for Love“ – Making Sense of … Continue reading

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(Conference) Society for Jewish Ethics (CFP)

The next meeting of the Society of Jewish Ethics will be held on January 9-12, 2020, at the Renaissance Washington Downtown in Washington, DC, in conjunction with the Society of Christian Ethics and the Society for the Study of Muslim … Continue reading

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The Hyphenated-Jew (Conference) (University of Minnesota)

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Pragmatism & Jewish Thought Workshop (Yale)

Pragmatism and Jewish Thought Workshop at Yale University April 7-8, 2019 Organized by Nadav Berman S. and Paul Franks Sponsored by the Judaic Studies Program, Yale University Sunday, April 7 10:30 Gathering, light refreshments 11:00 | Introduction – Paul Franks … Continue reading

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Shia Islam & Judaism (Conference)

  Muslim-Jewish Encounters: Shia Islam and Judaism Inaugural Conference of the Muslim-Jewish Relations Initiative Florida International University / University of Bamberg Organized by Ezra Tzfadya, M.A. (Bamberg) and Dr. Iqbal Akhtar (FIU) Day 1: April 10th 4:00-6:30: Panel 1: Conceiving … Continue reading

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(Doubts) Ashkenaz & Philosophy

Continuing to go out on a limb and meant to pick up a challenge posed by colleague-friends about the need for Modern Jewish Studies and Jewish Philosophy and Thought to take into account the life and thought world of Eastern … Continue reading

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(Dribs & Drabs) Canon & Translation (Ashkenaz)

Scholars in the field call upon Jewish Studies and Jewish Philosophy and Thought to pay attention to the thought world of Eastern European Jews, what I have been calling Ashkenaz, and they complain about the ignorance of their colleagues who … Continue reading

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