(With Paul Franks) Franz Rosenzweig: Philosophical and Theological Writings. Edited translated and essays. Indianapolis and Cambridge: Hackett Publishing2000.
Edited Volumes of Primary Sources
Classics in Moral and Political Theory. Indianapolis and Cambridge: Hackett Publishing1992; 2nd ed.1996; 3rd ed. 2001; 4th ed. 2005; 5th ed. 2011.
Edited Collected Volumes
“How Does Plato Solve the Paradox of Inquiry in the Meno?” In Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy III: Plato edited by J. Anton and A. Preus169–181. Albany: SUNY Press1989.
“Philosophy, History, and the Jewish Thinker.” In Fackenheim: German Philosophy and Jewish Thought edited by G. Nicholson and L. Greenspan144–162. Toronto: University of Toronto Press1992.
“Philosophy and Ethics in the Thought of A. Roy Eckardt.” In Collecting Myself: A Writer’s Retrospective by A. Roy Eckardt413–424. Atlanta: Scholars Press1993.
“Religion, History, and Moral Discourse.” In Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism: The Philosophy of Charles Taylor in Question edited by James Tully49–66. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1994. Response by Taylor 226–30.
Philosophy in Plato’s Sophist.” In Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophyvol. 9 edited by John Cleary and William Wians83–111. Boston: University Press of America1995.
“Teaching Leo Strauss as a Jewish and General Philosopher.” In Jewish Philosophy and the Academy edited by Emil Fackenheim and Raphael Jospe174–188. Teaneck, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press1996.
“Redemption and Community: Reflections on Some European Jewish Intellectuals, 1900–1940.” In From Ghetto to Emancipation: Historical and Contemporary Reconsiderations of the Jewish Community edited by David N. Myers and William V. Rowe37–61. Scranton, PA: University of Scranton Press1997.
“To Seize Memory: History and Identity in Post-Holocaust Jewish Thought.” In Thinking about the Holocaust edited by Alvin Rosenfeld151–181. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press1997.
“Beyond Authority and Autonomy: The New Dilemma of Liberal Judaism.” In Duties of the Soul: The Role of Commandments in Liberal Judaism edited by Niles E. Goldstein and Peter S. Knobel53–64. New York: UAHC Press1999.
“Levinas, Suffering, and the Holocaust.” In The Representation of the Holocaust edited by Marc Raphael73–90. Williamsburg, VA: William and Mary Press2003.
“Shame, the Holocaust, and Dark Times.” In Genocide and Human Rights: A Philosophical Guide edited by John K. Roth304–325. New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan2005.
“Levinas and Judaism.” In Levinas Studies: An Annual Reviewvol. 1 edited by Jeffrey L. Kosky and Jeffrey Bloechl1–17173–175. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press2006.
“Responding to the Holocaust: Fackenheim, Levinas, Cavell.” In The Representation of the Holocaust in Literature and Filmvol. 2 edited by Marc Raphael85–97. Williamsburg, VA: The College of William and Mary2006.
“Emil Fackenheim, the Holocaust, and Philosophy.” In The Cambridge Companion to Modern Jewish Philosophy edited by Michael L. Morgan and Peter Eli Gordon256–276. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2007.
“Forward: To Mend the World, To Mend a Life.” In Emil L. FackenheimAn Epitaph for German Judaismix–xxii. Madison, WI: Wisconsin University Press2007.
(With Peter Eli Gordon) “Introduction: Modern Jewish Philosophy, Modern Judaism, and Modern Philosophy.” In The Cambridge Companion to Modern Jewish Philosophy edited by Michael L. Morgan and Peter Eli Gordon1–13. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2007.
“Jewish Thought, Philosophy, and the Holocaust.” In Modern Judaism and Historical Consciousness edited by Andreas Gotzmann and Christian Wiese274–298. Leiden: Brill2007.
“Fackenheim’s Hermeneutical Circle.” In Emil L. Fackenheim: Philosopher Theologian Jew edited by Martin JaffeJames Diamond and Sharon Portnoff43–54. Leiden: Brill2008.
(With Benjamin Pollock) “Preface.” In The Philosopher as Witness edited by Michael L. Morgan and Benjamin Pollockvii–xiii. Albany: SUNY Press2008.
“Agencies of Redemption.” In The Cambridge History of Modern Jewish Philosophy: The Modern Era edited by Martin KavkaZachary Braiterman and David Novak465–497. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2012.
“Emmanuel Levinas as a Philosopher of the Ordinary.” In Totality and Infinity at 50 edited by Diane Perpich and Scott Davidson79–104. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press2012.
“Jewish Thought and Contemporary Philosophy.” In Jewish Philosophy: Perspectives and Retrospectives edited by Raphael Jospe and Dov Schwartz71–78. Boston: Academic Studies Press2012.
“Mercy, Repentance, and Forgiveness in Ancient Judaism.” In Ancient Forgiveness: Classical Judaic and Christian edited by Charles L. Griswold and David Konstan137–157. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2012.
“Responding to the Holocaust: Fackenheim, Levinas, Cavell.” In Ethics Art and Representations of the Holocaust: Essays in Honor of Berel Lang edited by Simone GigliottiJacob Golomb and Caroline Steinberg Gould49–64. Lanham, MD: Lexington2013.
“Eugene B. Borowitz: An Intellectual Portrait.” In Eugene B. Borowitz: Rethinking God and EthicsLibrary of Contemporary Jewish Philosophers 4 edited by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson and Aaron W. Hughes1–36. Leiden: Brill2014.
“Historicity, Dialogical Philosophy, and Moral Normativity.” In Jewish Philosophy for the Twenty-First Century edited by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson and Aaron W. Hughes266–295. Leiden: Brill2014.
(With Steve Weitzman) “Introduction.” In Rethinking the Messianic Idea in Judaism edited by Michael L. Morgan and Steven Weitzman1–20. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press2014.
“Levinas and Messianism.” In Rethinking the Messianic Idea in Judaism edited by Michael L. Morgan and Steven Weitzman195–225. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press2014.
“Spinoza’s Afterlife in Judaism and the Task of Modern Jewish Philosophy.” In The Oxford Handbook of Spinoza edited by Michael Della Rocca571–600. Oxford: Oxford University Press2018.
“Abraham’s Dilemma: Reading Kierkegaard with Fackenheim and Levinas.” In Jewish Readings of Kierkegaard edited by Christian Wieseforthcoming.
“Plato, Levinas, and Transcendence.” In Levinas the Reader edited by Sarah Hammerschlag and R. Maorti. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Pressforthcoming.
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“Jewish Ethics after the Holocaust.” Journal of Religious Ethics 12no. 2 (1984): 256–277. Reprinted in Contemporary Jewish Ethics and Morality edited by Elliot N. Dorff and Louis E. Newman194–211. Oxford: Oxford University Press1995.
“Metaphysics Zeta 4–6 and Aristotle’s Epistemology.” In the Proceedings of the Dayton Aristotle Conference University of Dayton Review 19 no. 3 (Winter 1988–1989): 101–8.
“Overcoming the Remoteness of the Past: Memory and Historiography in Modern Jewish Thought.” Judaism 38no. 2 (Spring 1989): 160–173.
Interpreting the World: Kant’s Philosophy of History and Politics by William James Booth. Review of Metaphysics 42no. 2 (December 1988): 376–378.
Hegel: Religion, Economics, and the Politics of Spirit 1770–1807 by Laurence Dickey. Journal of Religion 69no. 1 (January 1989): 109–111.
Echoes from the Holocaust: Philosophical Reflections on a Dark Time edited by Alan Rosenberg and Gerald E. Myers. Journal of Religion 69no. 4 (October 1989): 583–584.
Listening to the Cicadas: A Study of Plato’s Phaedrus by G. R. F. Ferrari. Journal of the History of Philosophy 28no. 1 (January 1990): 117–119.
Socrates on Trial by Tom Brickhouse and Nicholas Smith and Socrates in the Apology by C. D. C. Reeve. Journal of the History of Philosophy 29no. 2 (1991): 293–295.
Religion, Interpretation, and Diversity of Belief: The Framework Model from Kant to Durkheim to Davidson by Terry G. GodloveJr. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 59no. 4 (Winter 1991): 831–835.
Ancient Philosophy, Mystery, and Magic: Empedocles and Pythagorean Tradition by Peter Kingsley. American Historical Review (October 1997): 1129–1131.
Autonomy in Jewish Philosophy by Kenneth Seeskin. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (March 72002). https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/23358-autonomy-in-jewish-philosophy/.
Levinas and Buber: Dialogue and Difference edited by Peter AttertonMatthew Calarco and Maurice Friedman. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (November 172005). https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/24907-levinas-and-buber-dialogue-and-difference/.
Levinas and the Cinema of Redemption: Time, Ethics and the Feminine by Sam Girgus. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (February 282011). https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/24632-levinas-and-the-cinema-of-redemption-time-ethics-and-the-femine/.
Reexamining Deconstruction and Determinate Religion: Toward a Religion with Religion edited by J. Aaron Simmons and Stephen Minister; and God and the Other: Ethics and Politics after the Theological Turn by J. Aaron Simmons. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 75no. 1 (February 2014): 59–65.
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Interview and Dictionary Entries
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“Franz Rosenzweig.” In Encyclopedia of Political Thoughtvol. 7 edited by Michael T. Gibbons. Chichester, West Sussex, UK; and Malden, MA: Blackwell-Wiley2014.
“Fackenheim and Tikkun Olam.” In Encyclopedia of Jewish History and Culturea project of the Simon Dubnow Institute at the University of Leipzig. Stuttgart: Verlag J.B. Metzler (Enzyklopaedie juedischer Geschichte und Kultur)forthcoming (German).