4 edition of The State of Israel in Jewish Public Thought found in the catalog.
The State of Israel in Jewish Public Thought
February 1, 1994
by New York University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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Get this from a library. The state of Israel in Jewish public thought: the quest for collective identity. [Yosef Gorni] -- During the past two generations, Jewish public thought and discourse has differed dramatically from that of the era between the Emancipation and the Second World War.
The chasm of the Holocaust and. Get this from a library. The state of Israel in Jewish public thought: the quest for collective identity. [Yosef Gorni].
* This article is based on sections of a book entitled The Quest for Collective Identity: Jewish Public Thought in Israel and the U.S.A., (Tel Aviv: Am-Oved, ) (Hebrew). Jewish Political Studies Review (Fall ) 99 This content downloaded by the authorized user from on Sun, 2 Dec AMAuthor: Yosef Gorny, Yosef Corny.
Was the creation of a Jewish state fair. The bad news is that of the more than one hundred nations created in the twentieth century, only Israel could be subject of such a book, which considers the country's very existence a matter of controversy, its foundational ideas a subject for moral s: 1.
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nor the restoration of any of the laws concerning the Jewish state.” (In the s, the movement changed course, affirming “the obligation of all Jewry to aid in its [the Land’s] upbuilding as a Jewish homeland.
Jewish thought is not a single continuous tradition, but rather a varied mix of works, which reflect the specific ideological and historical positions of those who wrote them.
Modern Israel An overview of the Jewish state and its many accomplishments and challenges. The book centers on the work of Jewish political thinkers with different ideological affiliations and from different countries.
After a thematic clarification of fundamental questions on the religion and state problem, the bulk of the book is devoted to a discussion of the writings and views of major thinkers, ending with reflections about the place of Judaism in a Jewish and democratic state.
“The passing of the law declaring Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people shows that in principal, we are not a bi-national state, not a bi-language state and not a bi-capital state. We are only a Jewish state with Hebrew as an official language, and Jerusalem as our undivided capital city.”.
A homeland for the Jewish people is an idea rooted in Jewish culture and religion. In the early 19th century, the Napoleonic Wars led to the idea of Jewish emancipation.
This unleashed a number of religious and secular cultural streams and political philosophies among the Jews in Europe, covering everything from Marxism to Chassidism.
Israel (/ ˈ ɪ z r i ə l, ˈ ɪ z r eɪ ə l /; Hebrew: יִשְׂרָאֵל ; Arabic: إِسْرَائِيل ), officially known as the State of Israel (Hebrew: מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל , Medinat Yisra'el), is a country in Western Asia, located on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red has land borders with Lebanon to.
How Israel’s Justice System Dealt With Alleged Jewish Collaborators in Concentration Camps—And Why That Still Matters Today circa The perimeter fence of. The State of Israel, established over fifty years ago, has long passed the initial stages of nation-building and has become, in many respects, a Western, technological society.
Built, in large measure, by ideologically driven Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel (Palestine) in the nineteenth century, early statehood was deeply influenced by the Holocaust, by war and ongoing military struggle with 3/5(1).
the state created a Jewish public sphere that has Jewish politics, Jewish armed forces, a Jewish le- ment of the State of Israel was seen by many Jews These thought. World Jewish Congress head Ron Lauder’s Augop-ed in The New York Times, which was close to disowning Israel, is a powerful testimony to this.
Lauder was very clear: Israel’s loss of moral status means it won’t be able to demand the unconditional loyalty of world Jewry. Introduction. Theodore Herzl's pamphlet Der Judenstaat, The Jewish State, was published in It heralded the coming of age of Zionism.
Several articles and books advocating the Zionist idea had appeared beginning in the s, and small Zionist groups such as Hovevei Tzion (Lovers of Zion) had begun recruiting immigrants to Palestine, but no group had a coherent plan or modern ideology.
This is a stunningly excellent book; the best book I've ever read on Israel by far. Beautifully, clearly written, thoughoutly researched, exhaustive, but a smooth pleasure to read.
It covers the history of Jewish Zionist and Jewish Anti-Zionist thought, presenting the material not merely in a balanced way but utterly fair and neutral throughout /5(7). Your next book, Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness, takes us from history to something altogether more personal.
I have to tell you this is a spectacularly good book. I could have chosen any number of Oz novels but preferred this recent memoir for its portrayal of the documentary reality of growing up in Israel in the earliest days of the Jewish state. The words are those of the founder of the State of Israel, two months after it was founded.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion was furious, or at least pretended to be, at a meeting of his political party Mapai, in light of the wave of looting of Arab property by the new Israelis throughout the nascent state.
"It is a remarkable experience to read Evron's thoughtful book. He finds much to criticize in the conventional reading of Jewish history and argues that Israel should be thought of not as a state for the Jewish people but as a territorial state much like others, with full rights for all its inhabitants." ―Foreign AffairsReviews: 2.
As a proud Mizrahi Jew, it was moving to read the stories of these heroes of the State of Israel, and I believe this book should be added to the reading list of every Israeli high school.Jewish Holiday Books; Judaism; Jewish Calendars; Israeli & Jewish History; Israeli & Jewish Art; Hebrew Learning; Clothing.
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