Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 473 items for :

  • All: Living a Motivated Life x
  • Jewish History & Culture x
  • Search level: All x
Clear All
Author: Ivan G. Marcus

PIETISM 89 to rule the Jewish community or to withdraw from it entirely. Even when faced with the alternative of living in the Jewish community of the Wicked, they avoided contact as much as possible unless from a position of relative strength. I Far from being quietistic in their posture towards

In: Piety and Society
Author: Shalom Ratzabi

addition to the Jewish dialect, which had become an absolutely Jewish language, the Jew used the language of the people among whom he was living in his regular dealings". Meanwhile, the typical feature of a normal national way of life is that by its nature "it uses its own tongue alone ... Not so the

In: Between Zionism and Judaism
Author: Shalom Ratzabi

of the Volk ideologies: "The Blood". This rift, Buber believed, was not likely to be repaired as long as the indi- vidual had not acquired as a living possession the recognition that the "blood" was also the formative power of his life, as well as the source of the Jewish urge to reach unity. That

In: Between Zionism and Judaism
Author: Ivan G. Marcus

see him as a charlatan; others, a fool. Still others view his punctilious observance of some religious commandments as a deprecation of other ones. Is not Israel's Torah a rule for living which takes into account much more of reality than the (needs of the) Pietist who lives in a world of his own

In: Piety and Society
Author: Shalom Ratzabi

the side of my people; my people is my soul. And by the same process, every one of us will then become aware of the future of Judaism and feel: I want to go on living; I want my future-a new, total life, a life for my own self, for my people within me, for myself within my people".35 In Buber

In: Between Zionism and Judaism
Author: Samuel Barnai

1 The Early Postwar Years Jewish life during the early postwar years in Lithuania can be divided into several stages. The first began just after the liberation of the country from Nazi occupation, and lasted until 1948. This period was a time of the revival of the Jewish community, the

In: The History of Jews in Lithuania
Author: Samuel Barnai

1 The Early Postwar Years Jewish life during the early postwar years in Lithuania can be divided into several stages. The first began just after the liberation of the country from Nazi occupation, and lasted until 1948. This period was a time of the revival of the Jewish community, the

In: The History of Jews in Lithuania

even liberal, republic of individuals, which emphasized the centrality of the individual and his right to conduct his life according to his own interpretation of the terms of religion and tradition. This dramatic new move was best expressed by the phrase “Be a Jew at home and a Man outside”, formulated

In: The History of Jews in Lithuania

even liberal, republic of individuals, which emphasized the centrality of the individual and his right to conduct his life according to his own interpretation of the terms of religion and tradition. This dramatic new move was best expressed by the phrase “Be a Jew at home and a Man outside”, formulated

In: The History of Jews in Lithuania
Author: Shalom Ratzabi

youth movement had pro- claimed that free German youth would seek to shape its life through self-determination, and self-responsibility, by inner truth.93 The impor- tance and meaning of the proclamation lay in its rejection of objective, 88 See Kohn, H., Living in a Revolution A!y Encounters With

In: Between Zionism and Judaism