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The Construct of Identity in Hellenistic Judaism
This volume assembles twenty-three essays by Erich S. Gruen, who has written extensively on the literature and history of early Judaism and the experience of the Jews in the Greco-Roman world. Twenty-two of the articles have previously been published, and one new one was composed for the volume.
Studies in Nietzsche and the Judaeo-Christian Tradition
This collection of essays is a sequel to the editors' 1976 volume "Studies in Nietzsche and the Classical Tradition". Philosophers, theologians, and literary historians discuss important aspects of Nietzsche's attack on Judaism and Christianity. The book contains studies of his view of biblical figu...
An example of a victimary inversion: the accusation of ritual murder and its derived forms
The analysis of the victimary device, proposed here, is based on the accusation of ritual murder against Jews. This accusation makes it possible to set up a victimary construction of Jews’ Haissers, which the Jews have used to justify and legitimise the deportation and extermination of Jews since th...
Self-Abnegation among the children of Abraham: Judaism and Islam
A palavra “abnegação”, em português, como em inglês, advém do latim ab ("afastado") e negare ("negar"), refletindo a ideia de negação, rejeição ou renúncia. A abnegação de si mesmo pode englobar uma grande variedade de práticas e de ideias. Com o risco de uma excessiva simplificação, este trabalho t...
Greeks, West, Jews. Models and counter-models
Western thinking is a punger, predatory and ultimately destructive, tells me my master. [...] The West wants to solve the world. Make one with multiple. It’s a leurre, tells me the rabbi. ‘Yes, but finally, Maître, is Judaism also not seeking to make one with a multiple?’ ‘Yes, but not in the same w...
An Intertextual Argument between Two Translators in Pedro de Toledo’s Translation of the Guide of the Perplexed
More than 200 years after the translation of the Guide into Hebrew, the Spaniard Pedro de Toledo first translated this work into a modern language. The importance of this translation (Mostrador e enseñador de los turbados) lies not only on this fact, relevant in itself, but also on the whole set of...
Nature and Judaism: spatial planning in contemporary Israel
‘Jewish and Jewish ‘sects’ religious authorities in Justin Martyr’s work
Wealth and poverty in intertestamentary and talmudic Judaism: Historical aspects
Jesus in the light of the Judaism of the first century
Hadot Jean. Jesus in the light of the Judaism of the first century. In: Archives of Social Sciences of Religions, No. 40, 1975. pp. 276-277.
AAC for a special issue of Contemporary Jewry. DLC 1 February 2019.
Jewish women in the Maghreb. Pictures and memories in literature
Three Jewish authors from the Maghreb make writing the place of emancipation. Paule Darmon, Annie Goldmann and Rachel Kahn denounced in their novels the patriarchal domination which aims to make them subject to the strict rules of their community. Between North Africa and France, their pathways show...
Judaism against psychanalysis?
Writing and prophetising in Israel at the end of the monarchic era
Prophetic writings of the Hebraic Bible, which were less prone to rereading and censorship of the final editor than narrative, legislative or historical texts, sometimes kept us the astonishing testimony of unresolved quarrels and/or contradictions within old Judaism. One of the most surprising pass...
Jewish languages, Jewish music, and the anthropology of Judaism
A title uniting topics and fields that are often dealt with separately may seem paradoxical. When associated, these topics are generally treated as legitimate but distinct chapters in a history of Judaism or a presentation of communities. The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of twenty...
Neusner (Jacob) The Judaism at the dawn of Christianity
Schmidt Francis. Neusner (Jacob) The Judaism at the dawn of Christianity. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No 65/2, 1988, p. 297.
Judaism and Islam: face-to-face with protestantism by David Banon, Denis Müller, Mohammed Arkoun and Jean-Claude Basset
David Banon, Denis Müller, Mohammed Arkoun and Jean-Claude Basset, Judaism and Islam: in the face of protestantism, Dossiers de l’Encyclopedia du protestantism, Paris, Geneva, Cerf-Labor and Fidès, 1999, Islam and Judaism have many points of contact with protestantism. While these two religions do n...
« Silence Gets Breathless ». Expressing Death, Mourning and Memory by Composers of Ashkenazy Jewish Cultures. Central and Eastern Europe, United-States (1880-1980)
Even if, according to psychiatrist Jacques Hassoun "Judaism is not a funeral religion?", the wide Jewish world is not, however, restricted to only the religious aspects, and its musical currents are not only attached to liturgy. Dealing with Jewish cultures (insisting on the plural) allows us to tak...
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, L’Esprit du Christianity and its destiny, preceded by L’Esprit du Judaism. Texts brought together, introduced, translated and annotated by Olivier Depré. Paris, J. Vrin Philosophical Library, 2003, 253 p.
For a revival of Judaism. Interview
“The Marana”, or encrypted Judaism
"The Torah Between Revelation and Concealment in Rabbinic Traditions Pertaining to the Conquest of the Land of Canaan"
Antisemitism and the left
"Universalism has always shown two faces to the world: one emancipatory and inclusionary, the other repressive and exclusionary. Jewish experience of universalism has been correspondingly equivocal. Antisemitism and the left provides an original and stimulating study of modern antisemitism, tracing...
Balcony, flower pots and ‘ibmehitza’/ibmehitza’/ib’/ib: History of religious politicisation of gender in French synagogues
The history of gender separation in French synagogues since the 19th century illustrates that, far from being an invariant, religious conflict over gender is linked to moments of empowerment, transnationalisation and internal differentiation of religious fields. From 1980-1990 onwards, the gender ar...
Jews and Christians in Antiquity Jews and Christians in Antiquity: A Regional Perspective
International audience This volume brings together a selection of papers presented at two conferences on Jewish-Christian interaction in Antiquity held in Leuven and Aix-en-Provence in 2013 and 2014. It aims to introduce a different approach to this crucial topic and some new issues following from t...