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A Holocaust reader : responses to the Nazi extermination / edited by Michael L. Morgan
New York Oxford University Press, 2001
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  D804.3 .H6484 2001    AVAILABLE
Gift from M. Adler, 2007
Subject(s) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Holocaust (Jewish theology)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Influence
Physical Description vi, 378 p. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 365-374) and index
Partial Contents 1. Early reflections -- Survival in Auschwitz / Primo Levi -- On the necessity and impossibility of being a Jew / Jean Amřy -- Meditations on metaphysics -- Theodor W. Adorno -- The concentration camps / Hannah Arendt -- The dialogue between heaven and earth / Martin Buber -- A plea for the dead / Elie Wiesel -- 2. Central theological responses -- The making of a Rabbi / Richard Rubenstein -- Symposium on Jewish belief / Richard Rubenstein -- Faith after the holocaust / Eliezer Berkovitz -- Cloud of smoke, pillar of fire : Judaism, Christianity, and modernity after the holocaust / Irving Greenberg -- Jewish faith and the holocaust : a fragment / Emil L. Fackenheim -- Holocaust / Emil L. Fackenheim -- The holocaust and the state of Israel : their relation / Emil L. Fackenheim -- Christians and Jews : along a theological frontier / A. Roy Eckardt -- 3. Developments : the 1970's and 1980's -- Faith and the holocaust / Michael Wyschogrod -- Theological interpretations of the holocaust : a balance / Amos Funkenstein -- Thinking the tremendum : some theological implication of the death camps / Arthur A. Cohen -- Speaking of God after Auschwitz / Franklin Sherman -- Auschwitz and the nurturing of conscious / Robert E. Willis -- Religious values after the holocaust : a catholic view / David Tracy -- Christians and Jews after Auschwitz : being a meditation also on the end of bourgeois religion / Johann Baptist Metz -- The holocaust and philosophy / Emil L. Fackenheim -- The concept of God after Auschwitz : a Jewish voice / Hans Jonas -- 4. The holocaust and western culture : the 1980's and 1990's -- The Shoah in present historical consciousness / Saul Friedlander -- Intellectuals on Auschwitz : memory, history, and truth / Omer Bartov -- What philosophy can and cannot say about evil / Kenneth Seeskin -- Coming to terms with failure : a philosophical dilemma / Kenneth Seeskin -- Narrating the Shoah / Michael André Bernstein -- The representation of evil : ethical content as literary form / Berel Lang -- Monuments and holocaust memory in a media age / Andreas Huyssen
NOTE Gift from M. Adler, 2007
Alternate Author Morgan, Michael L., 1944-
Library donation, 2007

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