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Dialogical Thought and Identity. Trans-Different Religiosity in Present Day Societies.
Berlin u. a.: De Gruyter (in co-publication with Magnes Press; Jerusalem) 2013. XII, 234 S. Geb. EUR 89,99. ISBN 978-3-11-033831-7.
Dialogical thought and identity. Trans-different religiosity in present day societies, the most recent monograph of Ephraim Meir (1949), professor of Modern Jewish Philosophy at Bar-Ilan Univer-sity (Ramat Gan, Israel), can be read as the ripe harvest of a scholar who for forty years has devoted his researches to the 20th century Jewish thought, covering a wide range of authors and issues, from F. Rosenzweig to E. Levinas, from M. Buber to A. J. Heschel, from Zionism to the Shoah. What does the shaping of identity in secular, disenchanted, and pluralist societies mean, and how does it happen? Is religion still a key-element in the processes of identity-definition in our time? Can the Jewish dialogical thought offer us a way to face (and even to solve) these problems? ...
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