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Books by Donniel Hartman 
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JUDAISM AND MODERNITY
RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
JEWISH AND DEMOCRATIC ISRAEL
JEWISH PEOPLEHOOD
JUDAISM AND THE WORLD
 
 
 
 
The Judaism Without Illusion
Eliezer Goldman
This book posthumously presents the work of Eliezer Goldman (1918-2002), one of the most original and profound Jewish philosophers of our day. His work includes research and independent philosophic creation, and lays out a novel reading of Jewish sources in the light of contemporary philosophy.
2009 Hebrew NIS 65
 
 
 
The Personhood of God
Yochanan Muffs
In accessible terms and with startling insights, renowned Bible scholar Dr. Yochanan Muffs examines the anthropomorphic evolution of the Divine Image – from creator of the cosmos to God the father, the husband, the king, the ultimate master – and how these different images of God have shaped our faith and world view. Muffs also examines how expressions of divine power, divine will and divine love throughout the Bible have helped develop the contemporary human condition and our enriching dialectic between faith and doubt. Click here to see a TV interview with Hartman Institute’s Moshe Halbertal about this book.
2008 Hebrew NIS 55
 
 
 
The Jewish Political Tradition. Volume 1: Authority
Menachem Lorberbaum and Yair Lorberbaum
By Menachem Lorberbaum
This book launches a landmark four-volume collaborative work exploring the political thought of the Jewish people from biblical times to the present. The texts and commentaries in Volume I address the basic question of who ought to rule the community. The contributors – philosophers, lawyers, political theorists, and other Jewish studies scholars – discuss the authority of God, the claims of kings, priests, prophets, rabbis, lay leaders, and Gentile rulers during the years of the exile, and issues of authority in the modern state of Israel
2008 Hebrew NIS 65
 
 
 
By Way of Truth: Nahmanides and the Creation of Tradition
Moshe Halbertal
Nahmanides, the Jewish legal giant of the 13th century, was also one of the most creative and incisive biblical interpreters and kabbalists that ever existed in the Jewish world, spreading kabbalistic hints that he called "by way of truth" within his writings. This book provides a systematic and broad picture of Nahmanide`s work, encompassing his halachic outlook, his approach to central topics in Jewish thought of the Middle Ages and the secret realm.
2006 Hebrew NIS
 
 
 
Politics and the Limits of Law
Menachem Lorberbaum
Can Jewish law organize a society? What is the relationship between rabbis and community and between Jewish law and the Jewish state? This book examines the attitudes to these questions of the legal giants in Spain of the Middle Ages: Maimonidies, Nahmanides and others. Lorberbaum claims that these legal giants firmly believed that as a legal system Jewish law does not as have the appropriate tools to organize political society. These limits of Jewish law explain the necessity of Israeli political rule for ensuring the existence of a Jewish society loyal to Jewish law.
2006 Hebrew NIS 55
 
 
 
Mysticism and Madness in the Work of R. Nahman of Bratslav
NOW in English! Nearly 2000 years after R. Nachman of Bratslav’s demise, his philosophical writings and literary creation remain lively and provocative materials. Something of R. Nachman’s magic and magnetic force are illuminated in this research, which presents the Bratslavian mysticism as a unique link in the history of Jewish mysticism. The mystical worldview is the axis of this book, but its branches stretch out to key issues in the Bratslavian world such as belief and imagination, dreams and the land of Israel, melodies and song
2003 Hebrew NIS 60
 
 
 
The Jewish-Israeli Voyage: Questions of Identity and Culture
Avi Sagi
By Avi Sagi
For over a century the Jewish society in Israel has struggled with the basic questions of its identity and culture, navigating the opposition between and the complement of the emerging Israeli ethos and the various ethoses of the Jew that have been consolidated over generations. This book aims to analyze anew the foundations that shaped and continue to shape the Jewish-Israeli discourse. This work analyzes the problems and traps of Israeli cultural discourse and offers alternative ways of communication.
2003 Hebrew NIS 60
 
 
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