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Inner Religion in Jewish Sources: A Phenomenology of Inner Religious Life and Its Manifestation from the Bible to Hasidic Texts
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written by Ron Margolin, fl. 2021, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 28 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 619 page(s)
Is Judaism essentially a religion of laws and commandments? Or do its sources reflect significant attempts at addressing the individual’s inner life, existential crises and spiritual experiences?Inner Religion in Jewish Sources offers a comprehensive exploration of inner life in the Jewish sources from the Bible...
written by Ron Margolin, fl. 2021, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 28 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 619 page(s)
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Inner Religion in Jewish Sources: A Phenomenology of Inner Religious Life and Its Manifestation from the Bible to Hasidic Texts
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written by Ron Margolin, fl. 2021, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 28 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 619 page(s)
Is Judaism essentially a religion of laws and commandments? Or do its sources reflect significant attempts at addressing the individual’s inner life, existential crises and spiritual experiences? Inner Religion in Jewish Sources offers a comprehensive exploration of inner life in the Jewish sources from the Bibl...
written by Ron Margolin, fl. 2021, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 28 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 619 page(s)
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European Journal of Japanese Philosophy 2021
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edited by Morisato Takeshi, fl. 2016 and Leon Krings, fl. 2016, in European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, No. 6 (Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture: Chisokudo Publications, 2021), 387 page(s)
The European Journal of Japanese Philosophy is a peer-reviewed academic journal published annually in the fall by Chisokudo Publications on behalf of the European Network of Japanese Philosophy. Its aim is to provide a forum for critical articles and translations related to Japanese philosophy. It is the first mul...
edited by Morisato Takeshi, fl. 2016 and Leon Krings, fl. 2016, in European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, No. 6 (Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture: Chisokudo Publications, 2021), 387 page(s)
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Transitions: Crossing Boundaries in Japanese Philosophy
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edited by Kuwayama Yukiko, fl. 2021, Francesca Greco, fl. 2021 and Leon Krings, fl. 2016, in Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy, 10 (Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture: Chisokudo Publications, 2021), 433 page(s)
The tenth volume of the Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy focuses on the theme of “transition,” dealing with transitory and intermediary phenomena and practices such as translation, transmission, and transformation. Written in English, German and Japanese, the contributions explore a wide range of topics, cross...
edited by Kuwayama Yukiko, fl. 2021, Francesca Greco, fl. 2021 and Leon Krings, fl. 2016, in Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy, 10 (Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture: Chisokudo Publications, 2021), 433 page(s)
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In Their Own Words, Pope Francis
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directed by Marianne Kushmaniuk; produced by Chuck Dalaklis, Prospero Pictures and Dalaklis Media Entertainment, in In Their Own Words (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 53 mins
On March 13, 2013, at the age of 76, Jorge Bergoglio was named the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church. Taking the name Francis, he is the first pope from the Americas, the first non-European and first Jesuit priest to be named pope. In Their Own Words delves deeper into his story, revealing the experiences an...
directed by Marianne Kushmaniuk; produced by Chuck Dalaklis, Prospero Pictures and Dalaklis Media Entertainment, in In Their Own Words (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 53 mins
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The Jewish Intellectual Tradition: A History of Learning and Achievement
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written by Simcha Fishbane, fl. 2008, Michael Shmidman, fl. 2021 and Alan Kadish, fl. 2021, in Judaism and Jewish Life (Brookline, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 400 page(s)
The Jewish intellectual tradition has a long and complex history that has resulted in significant and influential works of scholarship. In this book, the authors suggest that there is a series of common principles that can be extracted from the Jewish intellectual tradition that have broad, even life-changing, imp...
written by Simcha Fishbane, fl. 2008, Michael Shmidman, fl. 2021 and Alan Kadish, fl. 2021, in Judaism and Jewish Life (Brookline, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 400 page(s)
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Mission: JOY - Finding Happiness in Troubled Times
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directed by Louie Psihoyos and Peggy Callahan; produced by Mark Monroe, fl. 2000 and Peggy Callahan, Artemis Rising Foundation; interview by Doug Abrams, 1967- (Sausalito, CA: Film Platform, 2021), 1 hour 28 mins
Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, this documentary gives unprecedented access to the unlikely friendship of two international Nobel Peace Prize winners icons who transcend religion: His Holiness the Dalai Lama & Archbishop Tutu. They offer neuroscience-backed wisdom to help each of us live with more joy, des...
directed by Louie Psihoyos and Peggy Callahan; produced by Mark Monroe, fl. 2000 and Peggy Callahan, Artemis Rising Foundation; interview by Doug Abrams, 1967- (Sausalito, CA: Film Platform, 2021), 1 hour 28 mins
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Between Religion and Reason (Part II): The Position against Contradiction between Reason and Revelation in Contemporary Jewish Thought from Eliezer Goldman to Jonathan Sacks
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written by Ephraim Chamiel, in Studies in Orthodox Judaism, Part II (Brookline, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 246 page(s)
This book is dedicated to an analysis of the writings of modern religious Jewish thinkers who adopted a neo-fundamentalist, illusionary, apologetic approach, opposing the notion that there may sometimes be a contradiction between reason and revelation. The book deals with the thought of Eliezer Goldman, Norman Lam...
written by Ephraim Chamiel, in Studies in Orthodox Judaism, Part II (Brookline, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 246 page(s)
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Between Religion and Reason (Part II): The Position against Contradiction between Reason and Revelation in Contemporary Jewish Thought from Eliezer Goldman to Jonathan Sacks
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written by Ephraim Chamiel, in Studies in Orthodox Judaism, Vol. 10 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 243 page(s)
This book is dedicated to an analysis of the writings of modern religious Jewish thinkers who adopted a neo-fundamentalist, illusionary, apologetic approach, opposing the notion that there may sometimes be a contradiction between reason and revelation. The book deals with the thought of Eliezer Goldman, Norman Lam...
written by Ephraim Chamiel, in Studies in Orthodox Judaism, Vol. 10 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2021), 243 page(s)
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Quest for Life: A Study in Aharon David Gordon’s Philosophy of Man in Nature
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written by Yossi Turner, fl. 2020, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 26 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2020), 173 page(s)
Quest for Life: A Study in Aharon David Gordon’s Philosophy of Man in Nature is a study of the life and work of one of the most interesting, original and creative Jewish thinkers of the twentieth century. Among its various goals, this work is intended to familiarize the English reading public with Gordon’s phi...
written by Yossi Turner, fl. 2020, in Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, Vol. 26 (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2020), 173 page(s)
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