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Based on the author's lectures at the Judisches Freies Lehrhaus, these essays include notes for a group of lectures of 1920. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929) taught philosophy at the University of Frankfurt and is the author of Hegel and the State and The Star of Redemption. Michael Oppenheim is Associate Professor in the Department of Religion at Concordia University, Montreal.

Franz Rosenzweig's story, like Gershom Scholem and Franz Kafka, was that of a return to the very core of Jewish life from the assimilated periphery. Rosenzweig was born into a wealthy, acculturated family in Kassel, Germany. After studying medicine, his scholastic interest shifted toward philosophy and his dissertation later became a two-volume study entitled Hegel und der Staat [Hegel and the Franz Rosenzweig's story, like Gershom Scholem and Franz Kafka, was that of a return to the very core of Jewish life from the assimilated periphery.

Based on the author's lectures at the Judisches Freies Lehrhaus, these essays include notes for a group of lectures of 1920, Faith and Knowledge, followed by a three-part lecture series of 1922, The Science of God, The Science of Man, and The Science of World.

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The Philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig Reconsidered (2000); G. Bensussan, Franz Rosenzweig– Existence et philosophie (2000); M. .Rosenzweig, Understanding the Sick and the Healthy

The Philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig Reconsidered (2000); G. Brasser (e., Rosenzweig als Leser. Kontextuelle Kommentare zum "Stern der Erloesung" (2004); R., Franz Rosenzweigs Sprachdenken und seine Erneuerung humanistischer und jüdischer Lerntraditionen (1995); . Dober, Die Zeit ernst nehmen. Rosenzweig, Understanding the Sick and the Healthy. A View of World, Man and God, tr. Nahum N. Glazer (1999), 1–20; M. Scwarcz, "The Place of Franz Rosenzweig in the Philosophy of Judaism," in: Introduction to the Hebrew translation of the Star, 9–42 (He.

As a youth he was thoroughly trained in German philosophy and, after a near conversion to Christianity, dedicated himself to Jewish scholarship

As a youth he was thoroughly trained in German philosophy and, after a near conversion to Christianity, dedicated himself to Jewish scholarship. His chief work, The Star of Redemption (1921; tr. of 2d ed. 1971), begun while he was a soldier in World War I, proved him to be one of the most original of modern Jewish thinkers. He drew from Orthodox, Reform, and Zionist views and created a philosophy that greatly attracted Jewish youth.

Published August 2000 by Syracuse University Press.

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Based on the author's lectures at the Judisches Freies Lehrhaus, these essays include notes for a group of lectures of 1920, Faith and Knowledge, followed by a three-part lecture series of 1922, The Science of God, The Science of Man, and The Science of World.