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Chiara Adorisio

Guttmann argues that it is necessary to re fl ect on “the prob- lem of the methodological value of religion” ( das Problem des method- ischen Eigenwerts der Religion ). 23 Strauss stresses, moreover, that already in an essay published by Guttmann in 1922 entitled “Religion und Wissenschaft im

Galit Hasan-Rokem

” in Britain. 9 Contemporary critical scholars have pointed at the ideological agen- das that the discipline of folklore inherited along with its theoretical and methodological legacy from the German Romantics, especially its association with conservatism and nationalisms. 10 The budding discipline of

Angel Sáenz-Badillos

rational explanation that is in consonance with its philological structure. To make his methodological attitude clear I shall comment on a passage that is found at the beginning of the first book that he dedicated to Hebrew grammar, the Moznayim,2 and that reappears at the end of his more mature

Daniel Meijers

applied - one should be able to discuss an argument within the profes- sion - and the wish to meet the methodological criteria of the sciences should be wholly abandoned. After all we are not only interested in science, but also in art. Just as the principal criteria in art is whether or not an artwork

Moshe Idel

the more mythical-cathartic view also in this passage. Tishby’s methodological assumption as to the apologetic nature of this treatment is not necessary, even in accordance to his own premises. In order to discover the cathartic principle, which is absent in the largest corpus of Lurianic writings as

Laenen

Exegese en Bi;belse Theologie 4 (1983) 97-13 1 (EngLish summary on Pl'. 138-139). Unfortunately, of these articles only the main thrust has appeared in English: "'PaRDeS". Methodological Reflections on the Theory of the Four Senses' ,Journal ofIewish Studies 34 (J983) 147-1\9. THE TWILIGHT BETWEEN

Michael Zank

.) the study of Jewish philosophy rarely occurs within a philosophy department. Some of this anomaly can be attributed to the breakdown of philosophical methodologies (the opposition of Continental and analytic thought) yet, at its core, it exposes the tax- onomically problematic nature of Jewish

Ilana Rosen

Reinhart Koselleck, “Transformations of Experience and Methodological Change—a Historical-Anthropological Essay,” (trans. Jobst Welge), in: idem., The Practice of Conceptual History—Timing History, Spacing Concepts , (trans. Todd Samuel Presner and others) (Stanford, California: Stanford University Press

Kristian Mejrup

. The Art of Disputation ‘Polemosophy,’ to use Exner’s own word, is useful for describing the central methodological approach applied in Sacred Quietism . The first three sections of the book (A, B, C, 43–301) seek to rebut errant forms of Quietism, whereas the last part (D, 301–368) presents a sound

Chiara Adorisio

history and philology, thereby raising Jewish Studies to the status of an academic discipline. The movement’s adherents saw the new German philology as a methodology which could be applied to the study of Judaism or Jewish culture as a whole: medieval rabbinical literature, philosophical texts, Jewish