This study testifies to the renewed interest in Franz Rosenzweig's theological work...Recommended.-S.T. Katz
Illuminates Rosenzweig's work in detail in relation to Moses Mendelssohn, F. H. Jacobi, Karl Reinhold, the early Hegel, Hannah Arendt, and Stanley Cavell. A fascinating and informative read.-Jeffrey Librett
A bold and timely examination of the project of Jewish Modernity and modern Jewish thought, this study signals an important move tocontextualize Mendelssohn's late 18th-century Enlightenment thought and Rosenzweig's early 20th-century philosophy as critical moments of a theoretical trajectory that highlights the larger philosophical agenda their thought advances.-Willi Goetschel
About the Author
BRUCE ROSENSTOCK is Associate Professor in the Department of Religion at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His most recent book is New Men: Conversos, Christian Theology, and Society in Fifteenth-Century Castile.