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Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

future lies in ignoring these boundaries and trying to integrate the methodology and insights of both traditions. Because Jewish philosophy in its own way has suffered from its intermittent connections with continental philosophy, Anglo-American circles have marginalized Jewish philosophy as well as


Michael L. Morgan

could have to the past. In the 1980s, I wrote several essays on these topics. They influenced my work substantively and methodologically. My book on Platonic philosophy (Morgan 1990) and its place in Greek religious life of the fourth century was not only about these themes. It was also written with an