Inventing New Beginnings: On the Idea of Renaissance in Modern Judaism

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Index
Abraham, 49
Adam, 45–46, 54; second, 45, 154
Adorno, Theodor, 25, 156–157
Aemulatio, 152, 159, 354n231
Aesthetics, aesthetic, 2, 14, 18, 121–122, 124, 127–131, 136–140, 143–145, 150–151, 156, 158, 210, 220, 236, 248, 251, 274–275, 277–278; aestheticism, 253, 291–293, 299, 389n147; education, 282, 289, 294–298; existence, 101; history, 190; politics, 275, 297, 396–397n7
Ahad Ha-am, 180, 250, 268, 275–276, 309n5, 356n3
Ahashver, 240
Albert, Hans, 80, 183
Aletheia, 125, 132
Altmann, Alexander, 373n241, 395n273
Anagnorisis, 169
Anakenaiosis, 120
Anamnesis, 95, 116, 131–132, 151, 160, 304; in Cassirer, 153; dissimilatory, 239; in Hegel, 84; in Plato, 86–89, 118, 179
Anfang, Der (periodical), 238–239, 242
Antihistoricism. See History
Antiquity, 4, 117, 128, 152–154, 180, 278–279, 286, 290, 294, 354n231, 402nn77, 79, 403n85
Anti-Semitism, 7, 283, 285, 362n67
Arché, 24–25, 39–41, 47, 60, 97, 304; an-arehé (un-begun), 28, 57, 304, 341n13; ex arches, 85, 87–88, 158, 337n120
Arendt, Hannah, 4, 38, 67, 333n36, 352–353n212
Aristotle, 24, 28, 39, 99, 112, 122, 132, 170, 256
Art, artwork, 2, 79, 124–133, 136–139, 144, 153, 155, 279, 282–284, 288, 292–302; Gesamtkunstwerk, 275, 384n94; Jewish, 277, 281–282, 399n54; renaissance as, 154, 245, 249; as resurrection, 396n4; Zionism as, 275
Assimilation, 1, 7–8, 13, 263, 275
Assmann, Aleida, 34–35, 41, 51–52, 60, 85, 266, 379n22
Athena, 87
Athens, 86–88, 373n237
Atlantis, 86, 207
Atonement: and exile, 362n75; and history, 11, 209–211; idea of, 6, 133, 312n23, 348n138; and pardon, 101–102; and past, 313n24; and rebirth, regeneration, 6, 13, 147, 151, 153, 278, 287, 312n24; as reversal, 6, 135
Aufhebung, 46, 73–74, 76, 100, 127
Augenblick, 46, 54, 109, 112, 115, 213, 219–220, 374n241
Augustine, 30, 35, 40, 50, 67, 147, 322n73, 329n176
Awakening. See Reawakening
Baader, Franz von, 5–6, 53, 72
Baal teshuvah (penitent), 1, 231, 250
Bab, Julius, 285–286

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