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Jews and the Ends of Theory
Jews and the Ends of Theory

Jews and the Ends of Theory

Shai Ginsburg, Martin Land, Jonathan Boyarin
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Jews and the Ends of Theory

Shai Ginsburg, Martin Land, Jonathan Boyarin
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This volume assesses the role of Jews, as both agents and figures, in the development of critical and literary theory in the twentieth century and beyond. Its topics range from Biblical criticism to the relationship between Derrida and Levinas, from Mizrachi Jews in Israel to the Zionisms of Buber and Scholem.

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Publisher
Fordham University Press
Year
2018
ISBN
9780823282029
Topic
Theology & Religion
Subtopic
Jewish Theology
Edition
1

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