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Philosemitism, antisemitism and ‘the Jews’: perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century

Philosemitism, antisemitism and ‘the Jews’: perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century
Philosemitism, antisemitism and ‘the Jews’: perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century
Contents Preface; Introduction: The wide field of relations?, Tony Kushner with Nadia Valman. Part I Theorising Tolerance and Intolerance: Intolerance and tolerance: only one 'one and only' god or more', Gavin I. Langmuir; The power of tolerance, David Theo Goldberg; Reading intolerant texts in a tolerant society, Norman Solomon; The limits of tolerance: nation-building and what it means for minority groups, Mark Levene. Part II Philosemitism, Antisemitism and Intolerance: Jonah the Jew: the evolution of a biblical character, Yvonne Sherwood; The Jews and the cross in the middle ages: towards a reappraisal, Elliott Horowitz; Albert the Great on the Talmud and the Jews, Irven M. Resnick; 'Inward' and 'outward' Jews: Margaret Fell, circumcision and women's preaching, Claire Jowitt; Enlightenment and exclusion: Judaism and toleration in Spinoza, Locke and Bayle, Adam Sutcliffe; The limits of toleration in enlightenment Germany: Lessing, Goethe and the Jews, Ritchie Robertson; The slave, the noble and the Jews: reflections on section 7 of Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morals, David M. Seymour; Antisemitism in Canada: the legal dimension in context, Thomas S. Kuttner; Offending the memory? The Holocaust and pressure group politics, Tony Kushner. Bibliography; Index.
075463678X
Ashgate
Kushner, Tony
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Valman, Nadia
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Kushner, Tony
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Valman, Nadia
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Kushner, Tony and Valman, Nadia (eds.) (2004) Philosemitism, antisemitism and ‘the Jews’: perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century (Studies in European Cultural Transition), Aldershot, UK. Ashgate, 284pp.

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Contents Preface; Introduction: The wide field of relations?, Tony Kushner with Nadia Valman. Part I Theorising Tolerance and Intolerance: Intolerance and tolerance: only one 'one and only' god or more', Gavin I. Langmuir; The power of tolerance, David Theo Goldberg; Reading intolerant texts in a tolerant society, Norman Solomon; The limits of tolerance: nation-building and what it means for minority groups, Mark Levene. Part II Philosemitism, Antisemitism and Intolerance: Jonah the Jew: the evolution of a biblical character, Yvonne Sherwood; The Jews and the cross in the middle ages: towards a reappraisal, Elliott Horowitz; Albert the Great on the Talmud and the Jews, Irven M. Resnick; 'Inward' and 'outward' Jews: Margaret Fell, circumcision and women's preaching, Claire Jowitt; Enlightenment and exclusion: Judaism and toleration in Spinoza, Locke and Bayle, Adam Sutcliffe; The limits of toleration in enlightenment Germany: Lessing, Goethe and the Jews, Ritchie Robertson; The slave, the noble and the Jews: reflections on section 7 of Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morals, David M. Seymour; Antisemitism in Canada: the legal dimension in context, Thomas S. Kuttner; Offending the memory? The Holocaust and pressure group politics, Tony Kushner. Bibliography; Index.

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Published date: 2004

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/28903
ISBN: 075463678X
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