Jewish Identities: Fifty Intellectuals Answer Ben-Gurion

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Jewish Identities:
Fifty Intellectuals
Answer Ben-Gurion

by

Eliezer Ben-Rafael

BRILL
LEIDEN · BOSTON
2002

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xix
  • Part One - What is a Jew? 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter One - Entering the Modern Era 9
  • Chapter Two - Ben-Gurion's Correspondents 31
  • Chapter Three - Israeli-Jewish Identities 56
  • Chapter Four - Jewish Identities in the Diaspora—the Case of America 82
  • Chapter Five - Divergence and Convergence of Jewish Identities 99
  • Part Two - Who is a Jew? 115
  • Preamble 117
  • Historical Introduction 119
  • Ben-Gurion's Query 144
  • The Letters of the Sages 149
  • 1 - Shmuel Yossef Agnon 151
  • 2 - Alexander Altmann 153
  • 3 - Henry Baruk 158
  • 4 - Shmuel Hugo Bergmann 166
  • 5 - Isaiah Berlin 168
  • 6 - Yehuda Bourla 177
  • 7 - Haim Hermann Cohn 180
  • 8 - Louis Eliezer Halevi Finkelstein 194
  • 9 - Felix Frankfurter 197
  • 10 - Solomon B. Freehof 199
  • 11 - Shlomo Goren 204
  • 12 - Aryeh Leib Grossnass, Meir Lew, Abraham Rappoport, Meir Halevy Steinberg and Morris Swift 220
  • 13 - Zecharya Hacohen 223
  • 14 - Shalom Yitzhak Halevi 230
  • 15 - Hayim Hazaz 236
  • 16 - Yitzhak Isaac Halevi Herzog 238
  • 17 - Abraham Joshua Heschel 240
  • 18 - Joseph Shlomo Kahaneman 243
  • 19 - Yossef Kappah 247
  • 20 - Jacob Kaplan 254
  • 21 - Mordecai Menahem Kaplan 257
  • 22 - Yekhezkel Kaufmann 261
  • 23 - Aaron Kotler 268
  • 24 - Dante Lattes 272
  • 25 - Saul Lieberman 274
  • 26 - Yehuda Leib Hakohen Maimon 278
  • 27 - Moshe Maisels 280
  • 28 - AndrÉ Neher 285
  • 29 - Salomon Rodrigues Pereira 289
  • 30 - Chaim Perelman 290
  • 31 - Simon H. Rifkind 293
  • 32 - Yecheskiel Sarne 294
  • 33 - Joseph Schecter 296
  • 34 - Menachem Mendel Schneerson 298
  • 35 - Sh. (Shalom Joseph Shapira) Shalom 300
  • 36 - Moshe Silberg 303
  • 37 - Akiva Ernst Simon 308
  • 38 - Leon (Arye) Simon 316
  • 39 - Joseph Dov Soloveitchik and Chaim Heller 321
  • 40 - Alfredo Shabtai Toaff 323
  • 41 - Elio Raffaelo Toaff 327
  • 42 - Ephraim A. Urbach 329
  • 43 - Yekhiel Weinberg 333
  • 44 - Tsevi (Harry A.) Wolfson 347
  • 45 - Aaron Zeitlin 351
  • 46 - Shlomo Y. Zevin 355
  • Glossary of Hebrew Words 359
  • References 364
  • Index 381
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