Jewish philosophy for the twenty-first century: personal reflections

Boston: Brill (2014)
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Jewish Philosophy for the Twenty-First Century showcases living Jewish thinkers who produce innovative ideas taking into consideration theology, hermeneutics, politics, ethics, science and technology, law, gender, and ecology.

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