New Jewish Philosophy and Thought

New Jewish Philosophy and Thought publishes innovative approaches to the field of Jewish philosophical studies, including new methodologies, topics, concepts, and conversation partners. Building upon and looking beyond the twentieth century canon of Jewish philosophy, the series projects a space for Jewish thought and philosophy as an interdisciplinary practice engaged across the humanities. Open to aesthetics, gender, technology, theology, politics, and science, proposals are invited for further consideration. Contact: Dee Mortensen, Editorial Director, mortense@indiana.edu.

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Hermann Cohen and the Crisis of Liberalism

The Enchantment of the Public Sphere

Paul E. Nahme

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Judaism and the West

From Hermann Cohen to Joseph Soloveitchik

Robert Erlewine

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The Last Rabbi

Joseph Soloveitchik and Talmudic Tradition

William Kolbrener

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Martin Buber's Theopolitics

Samuel Hayim Brody

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Negative Theology as Jewish Modernity

Edited by Michael Fagenblat

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The Obligated Self

Maternal Subjectivity and Jewish Thought

Mara H. Benjamin

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The Obligated Self

Maternal Subjectivity and Jewish Thought

Mara H. Benjamin

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Transfinite Life

Oskar Goldberg and the Vitalist Imagination

Bruce Rosenstock

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