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Enlightenment and diaspora : the Armenian and Jewish cases
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ISBN: 0788506048 Year: 1999 Volume: 10 Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press,

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Die jüdische Aufklärung: Philosophie, Religion, Geschichte
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ISBN: 3406488803 9783406488801 Year: 2002 Publisher: München Beck

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The Faith of secular Jews
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ISBN: 0870684892 Year: 1976 Publisher: New York : Ktav Pub. House,

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Yehudah Leib Gordon, poète hébreu (1830-1892): son oeuvre de fabuliste
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ISBN: 2864600110 Year: 1980 Volume: 80 Publisher: Paris

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The limits of enlightenment : Jews, Germans, and the the eighteenth-century study of scripture
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ISBN: 0674534271 Year: 1996 Volume: 7 Publisher: Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard university press,

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The radical enlightenment of Solomon Maimon : Judaism, heresy, and philosophy
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ISBN: 0804751366 Year: 2006 Publisher: Stanford (Calif.) : Stanford university press,

Moïse Mendelssohn : un penseur juif à l'ère des Lumières
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ISSN: 0755169x ISBN: 2226086897 Year: 1996 Volume: 18 Publisher: Paris : Albin Michel,

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Considéré comme l'initiateur des Lumières au sein du judaïsme, Moïse Mendelssohn (1729-1786) a surtout reformulé la tradition rationaliste juive du Moyen Age dans les termes philosophiques de son temps, suivant en cela la démarche des catholiques et des protestants qui, en Allemagne, voulaient étayer la foi sur la science et la philosophie nouvelles. À travers l'étude approfondie de ces écrits philosophiques ou exégétiques en hébreu comme en allemand, David Sorkin, professeur à l'université du Wisconsin replace Mendelssohn dans le contexte du XVIIIe siècle et s'interroge sur la validité des interprétations qui ont fait de lui le symbole de la pensée juive moderne.

Tradition and Enlightenment. Volume 1
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ISBN: 0231074743 0231074727 023107476X 0231074786 9780231074728 9780231074742 9780231074766 9780231074780 Year: 1996 Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia University Press,

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The Jewish enlightenment
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ISBN: 0812237552 Year: 2003 Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa University of Pennsylvania Press

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Haskalah : The Romantic Movement in Judaism
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ISBN: 0813554373 Year: 2012 Publisher: New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press,

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Commonly translated as the "Jewish Enlightenment," the Haskalah propelled Jews into modern life. Olga Litvak argues that the idea of a Jewish modernity, championed by adherents of this movement, did not originate in Western Europe's age of reason. Litvak contends that the Haskalah spearheaded a Jewish religious revival, better understood against the background of Eastern European Romanticism. Based on imaginative and historically grounded readings of primary sources, Litvak presents a compelling case for rethinking the relationship between the Haskalah and the experience of political and social emancipation. Most importantly, she challenges the prevailing view that the Haskalah provided the philosophical mainspring for Jewish liberalism. In Litvak's ambitious interpretation, nineteenth-century Eastern European intellectuals emerge as the authors of a Jewish Romantic revolution. Fueled by contradictory longings both for community and for personal freedom, the poets and scholars associated with the Haskalah questioned the moral costs of civic equality and the achievement of middle-class status. In the nineteenth century, their conservative approach to culture as the cure for the spiritual ills of the modern individual provided a powerful argument for the development of Jewish nationalism. Today, their ideas are equally resonant in contemporary debates about the ramifications of secularization for the future of Judaism.

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