Law, Politics, and Morality in Judaism

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Contents
Preface Michael Walzervii
PART I: POLITICAL ORDER AND CIVIL SOCIETY1
One Obligation: A Jewish Jurisprudence of the Social Order Robert M. Cover3
Two Judaism and Civil Society Suzanne Last Stone12
Three Civil Society and Government Noam J. Zohar34
Four Autonomy and Modernity David Biale50
PART II: TERRITORY, SOVEREIGNTY, AND INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY55
Five Land and People David Novak57
Six Contested Boundaries: Visions of a Shared World Noam J. Zohar83
Seven Diversity, Tolerance, and Sovereignty Menachem Fisch96
Eight Responses to Modernity Adam B. Seligman121

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Ethikon Series in Comparative Ethics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Part I - Political Order and Civil Society 1
  • 1: Obligation 3
  • 2: Judaism and Civil Society 12
  • 3: Civil Society and Government 34
  • 4: Autonomy and Modernity 50
  • Part II - Territory, Sovereignty, and International Society 55
  • 5: Land and People 57
  • 6: Contested Boundaries 83
  • 7: Diversity, Tolerance, and Sovereignty 96
  • 8: Responses to Modernity 121
  • 9: Judaism and Cosmopolitanism 128
  • Part III - War and Peace 147
  • 10: Commanded and Permitted Wars 149
  • 11: Prohibited Wars 169
  • 12: Judaism and the Obligation to Die for the State 182
  • Contributors 209
  • Index 211
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