Hebrew Language and Jewish Thought

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INDEX

a
Abba Sirka 153
Abohav, Y. 156
Abrabanel, I. 18, 44
Abraham 19, 22, 137, 144, 192 ;
and the Binding of Isaac 134 ;
and the Covenant, 38, 92, 149 ;
and human relation 71, 179
Abraham ibn Ezra 14, 96
Abulafia, A. 9, 32, 36, 213-14, 224
abyss 123-9
Adam 157, 171, 199, 203 ;
and Eve 38, 81, 194, 206 ;
questioned by G-d 37, 67 ;
sin of 111
Adam Kadmon228
adultery 213
Agadah 31, 156 ;
see also storytelling
Aharon of Karlin 37, 188
Ahitophel 166
Albo, J. 17, 39, 66, 72, 93, 157
Alter, Y. L. 8, 12, 113, 200, 212
Amalek 124, 126-7, 129, 132
Ancient of Days 41, 42, 44
Angel of Death 53, 60, 93, 165, 173, 226
angels 57, 85, 92, 226
animating spark 96-9
Aquinas, T. 4
Arendt, H. 166
Arieti, S. 192
Aristotle 4, 37, 58, 77, 165, 166
Ark of the Covenant 6
Auschwitz 7, 122, 177, 190, 214, 226 ;
see also Holocaust

b
Baal Haturim 225
Baal Shem Tov 57, 149, 160, 225, 226 ;
on Hebrew letters 8-9, 17-18, 171, 185, 223 ;
on prayer 67 ;
on redemption 186
Bachya ibn Paquda 111-12, 190, 195, 224, 228
Baeck, L. 151
Bakhtin, M. M. 173-4, 176
Barukh of Medzebozh 39, 98
Ben Zoma 6, 8
Benjamin 225-6
Benyosef, S. 163
Betsalel 6, 8
Big Bang 16, 18, 101
Binding of Isaac 134
Blech, B. 27, 31, 62, 70-1, 209 ;
on Hebrew letters 8, 18 ;
on redemption 113 ;
on the Sabbath 134
body, the 77-80 ;
and the soul 97-8, 106, 128
Bor, J. 184
brain 104-5
breath of life 103-6
bride, the 209-11
Buber, M. 18, 120, 155, 171, 200 ;
on community 150, 159 ;
on the Good 111 ;
on human relation 24, 25, 77, 162, 179 ;
on prayer 82, 92 ;
on redemption 194 ;
on spirit 103

c
Cain 56, 63, 94-5, 116, 119, 160-1
Camus, A. 129, 131
Chama bar Chanina 169
Chananiah ben Teradion 166
Chanina bar Chama 165, 166
Chayim ben Attar 10, 53, 59, 97, 104, 226
child, the 64, 147, 148, 151-2, 157, 204-5
Chiyya ben Gamda 206
Chofetz Chaim 226
Chosen People 199
Christianity 124-5, 126, 130, 190, 216, 218
circumcision 52, 86, 92, 202-3, 208 ;
of the tongue 189, 191

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Opening Remarks on the Holy Tongue 6
  • 2 - First Things 16
  • 3 - Giving Voice to G-D 32
  • 4 - The Good 51
  • 5 - For the Sake of Another 70
  • 6 - The Soul 89
  • 7 - Exile 110
  • 8 - Dwelling 133
  • 9 - The House of the Book 153
  • 10 - The Word 173
  • 11 - The Holy 195
  • 12 - Closing Remarks 216
  • Appendix 220
  • Notes 223
  • Bibliography 230
  • Index 237
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