Studies in Jewish Education XI: Languages...

Languages and Literatures in Jewish Education is dedicated to Prof. Michael Rosenak, the founder of the discipline of the Philosophy of Jewish Education.

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Studies in Jewish Education XI: Languages and Literatures in Jewish Education


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Front MatterTitleUntitledEditorsTitle pageCopyrightContentsPrefaceIntroductionMichal Rosenak: Hist Thought and DeedsMichael Rosenak's Professional BiographyCommandments, Concerns and Education in the CovenantOne More Thing on the Difference and the Affinity between Academia and Religious Education: Contemplations on the Concepts of Language and Literature, Theory and PracticeThe Educational Ideal in the Thinking of Yeshayahu Leibowitz and Michael Rosenak - Between Existential Duality and Dialectical UnityWhat We Are and Who We Are: Educating for the Universal-Particular Dialectic in Jewish LifeThe Bible and Jewish EducationThe Experience of Parashat Ha-ShavuaAbraham's Readiness to Imagine Persevering - Once Again - Without Isaac: Notes toward a Non-Literal Reading of Genesis 22Nechama Leibowitz: The Relevance of her Instructional Theory TodayStudies in Rabbinic SourcesOf Spiritualism and Halakha - The Case of B. BEducation and AccountabilityReconsidering the Rabbinic Interpretations of the TorahThe Beginnings of Rabi Akiva: From Scholarship to CurriculumHistory and EducationTowards a Post-Holocaust Jewish Educational Ethos: The Dialectic of Assertiveness and LimitationA Basic Religious Datum : Conservative Judaism, Zionism and the Worldview of Michael RosenakThe Role of the Historian in Jewish EducationModern Thought and Jewish Education Each One in the Name of His God ? The Jewish Religion vis-a-vis World ReligionsBialik and the Secularization of the Hebrew LanguageSuspiction, Dialogue and Reverance: Leo Strauss Confronts Freud and Buber on Exodus 2Janush Korczak's Implict Religiosity: Its Place in his Educational Approach and its Relevance to Education TodayThe Concept of Second Naivete in the Thought of Ernst Simon and Paul RicoeurJewish Educational Issues: A Social Science PerspectiveThe Subjective Aggadic Genre as an Educational EndCommitment and Uncertainty - A Psychological StudyTowards a Conceptual Framework of Jewish Education: A Mapping DefinitionSchools and TeachersExemplifying Vision-Guided Practice: The Case of Beit RabbanFrom Curriculum to Teaching in the Classroom: The Case of Teaching BibleThe Student, the Text and They Who are Between - On Dialogic Teaching of Jewish ThoughtEducation and Translation Education, Translation and the TextThe Concept of Translation in the Philosophy of EducationContributors
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