Studies in Jewish Education XIII: Modes...

This volume is concerned with the possibility of “translating” insights derived from areas of knowledge sometimes thought to be outside the purview of education – to issues and problems on the agenda of educational thinkers, researchers and practitioners.

MODES OF EDUCATIONAL TRANSLATION

Studies in Jewish Education XIII: Modes of Educational Translation


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Front MatterHalf title pageCreditsTitle pageCopy rights and creditsTable of ContentsModes of Educational Translation – IntroductionA. From Philosophy and Jewish Thought to Jewish EducationHartman, Rosenak and Schweid on Maimonides' Introduction to Helek: The Beginnings of a Tradition in the Philosophy of Jewish EducationEducation for Traditionalism in the Modern World:Reading Wittgenstein's Late PhilosophyA Sober Look at Akivah Ernst Simon and theSecond Naivete“Creating a Shared Spiritual Language”:David Hartman's Philosophy of Jewish EducationRereading Hartman:Reactions to Ari AckermanEducation for Resistance According toEmil FackenheimExistential vs. HermeneuticalEngagement with the Shoah:A Reply to Ari BurszteinJewish Education in the Thought of Emmanuel LevinasB. From Lead Concepts to their Educational SignificanceImitating God: Images of an Ideal and its Existential SignificanceThe Concept of “Image” – Between Philosophyand Kabbalah, Education and Thought:A Response to Moshe Meir's ArticleAuthenticity and Integrity in Jewish EducationC. From Conceptions of the Disciplines to theTeaching of TextsEducational Aspects of Hermeneutical Activityin Text StudyOn “Educational Aspects of Hermeneutical Activityin Text Study” by E. Holzer – A ResponseMidrash and Education: Reframing the QuestionD. From Cultural Visions to Educational VisionsBetween the ‘Brenner Incident' and Present DayConceptions of Jewish Culture and EducationWho's Afraid of Horace Kallen?Cultural Pluralism and Jewish EducationAn American-Jewish Tragedy?Kallen's Vision and Jewish Education in AmericaContributors
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