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by Michael Walzer et al.,Michael Walzer,Mr. Menachem Lorberbaum,Mr. Noam J. Zohar,Yair Loberbaum

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Michael Walzer et al.,Michael Walzer,Mr. Menachem Lorberbaum,Mr. Noam J. Zohar,Yair Loberbaum
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This book asks a question in its Introduction setting the tone for the rest of the work: "What structure of human authority is required by divine and textual authority?" If that were the only sentence in the book, it would be worth reading.

This book launches a landmark four-volume collaborative work exploring the political thought of the Jewish people from biblical times to the present.

Similar books and articles. Michael Walzer, Menachem Loberbaum y Noam J. Zohar (Ed. : The Jewish Political Tradition, Vol. 1: Authority. David Rodin - 2005 - Ethics and International Affairs 19 (2):117-119. Douglas Lackey - 1998 - Ethics and International Affairs 12:220-221. Menachem Lorberbaum: Politics and the Limits of Law. Stanford University Press, Stanford, 2001. Marc Llambrich - 2004 - Foro Interno.

Michael Walzer is usually identified as one of the leading proponents of the communitarian position in political theory, along with .

Michael Walzer is usually identified as one of the leading proponents of the communitarian position in political theory, along with Alasdair MacIntyre and Michael J. Sandel. Like Sandel and MacIntyre, Walzer is not completely comfortable with this label. However, he has long argued that political theory must be grounded in the traditions and culture of particular societies, and has long opposed what he sees to be the excessive abstraction of political philosophy. Exilic Politics in the Hebrew Bible (Mohr Siebeck, 2001, in German).

Jewish Political Tradition, Vo. book. Michael Walzer is a Jewish American political philosopher and public intellectual. Jews were political outsiders from 63 .  .

Volume 17 Issue 2 - Michael A. Neblo, Kevin M. Esterling, David M. J. Lazer

Volume 17 Issue 2 - Michael A. Lazer. Indem er die Tradition der Bartholomäusnacht revidiert, verkündet Chénier die Heraufkunft eines revolutionären eaters, feiert die Abschaffung ’mon ströser Missstände‘ und erinnert an den Fanatismus, der sich in den Affären Calas und La Barre manifestierte, wobei er zugleich versichert, sein Stück attackiere nicht die Mon archie, sondern lediglich deren missbräuchliche Ausübung.

The Jewish Political Tradition Volume I: Authority Michael Walzer . The Jewish Political Tradition is remarkable for both what it does and how it does it. It is a splendid achievement.

The Jewish Political Tradition Volume I: Authority Michael Walzer, Menachem Lorberbaum, Noam J. Zohar, Yair Lorberbaum, Yair Loberbaum. Michael Walzer is UPS Foundation Professor of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Menachem Lorberbaum is senior lecturer in the department of Jewish philosophy at Tel Aviv University. Noam Zohar is senior lecturer in the department of philosophy at Bar Ilan University.

Yair Lorberbaum is lecturer in the faculty of law at Bar Ilan University. Published by Yale University Press (2000). ISBN 10: 0300078226 ISBN 13: 9780300078220.

That the Jewish people has a distinct political tradition should not at all be surprising. Yet, it has been only about thirty years since the process of its recovery has begun. Major political thinkers, including Leo Strauss, Aaron Wildavsky, and especially Daniel Elazar, have made significant contributions to understanding the major impact that Jewish political thought has had on the Western political tradition.

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The first volume in a new series that will define an entirely new field within Jewish Studies by identifying a Jewish political tradition. Michael Walzer is the very prominent editor of the series, providing introductions to the volume and project as well as to each chapter. It is based on documents covering a time span over 2000 years.