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The jew as legitimation : jewish-gentile relations beyond antisemitism and philosemitism / David J. Wertheim, editor.

New York, NY : Nature America Incorporated, [2017].

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  • Title:
    The jew as legitimation : jewish-gentile relations beyond antisemitism and philosemitism / David J. Wertheim, editor.
  • Contributor: David J. Wertheim editor.;
    École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (France)
  • Subjects: Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity; Christianity and other religions -- Judaism; Religion; Religions; Judaism and culture; SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations; SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies; Antisemitism; Interfaith relations; Judaism; Philosemitism; Judaism and culture; Religion; Religions; Europe -- History -- 1492-; Europe; Electronic books; History;
    Dewey: 296.38
  • Publication Details: New York, NY : Nature America Incorporated, [2017].
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: 1. Introduction; David Wertheim -- 2. The Maccabean Martyrs as Models in Early Christian Writings; Jan Willem van Henten -- 3. Alterity and Self-Legitimation: The Jew as Other in Classical and Medieval Christianity; Jeremy Cohen -- 4. The Theological Dialectics of Christian Hebraism and Kabbalah in Early Modernity; Andreas B. Kilcher -- 5. Christian Readings of Menasseh ben Israel. Translation and Retranslation in the Early Modern World; Sina Rauschenbach -- 6. Ideology and Social Change. Jewish Emancipation in European Revolutionary Consciousness (1780-1800); Jonathan Israel -- 7. Post-Biblical Jewish History through Christian Eyes. Josephus and the Miracle of Jewish History in English Protestantism; Jonathan Elukin -- 8. Alien, Everyman, Jew. The dialectics of Dutch "Philosemitism" on the Eve of World War II; Irene Zwiep -- 9. The British Empire's Jewish Question and the Post-Ottoman Future; James Renton -- 10. The Action Portuguesia. Legitimizing National Socialist Racial Ideology as a Dutch Sephardic Strategy for Safety, 1941-1944; Jaap Cohen -- 11. Disowning Responsibility. The Stereotype of the Passive Jew as a Legitimizing Factor in Dutch Remembrance of the Shoah; Evelien Gans -- 12. Source of Legitimacy. Evangelical Christians and Jews; Yaakov Ariel -- 13. Settlers in a Strange Land. Dutch, Swiss, American, and German Protestants in Nes Ammim (Israel), 1952-1964; Gert van Klinken -- 14. How the Turn to the Jews after the Shoah Helped Open Catholics to Religious Pluralism; John Connelly -- 15. The Battle for Jewish Sympathy. The House of Orange, the Dutch Jews, and Postwar Morality; Bart Wallet -- 16. Geert Wilders and the Nationalist Populist Turn toward the Jews in Europe; David Wertheim.
  • Identifier: ISBN 331942601X; ISBN 9783319426013; ISBN 9783319426006; ISBN 3319426001
    10.1007/978-3-319-42601-3 doi; BNB GBB9C3658; System number: 019462150
  • Notes: Includes index.
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (XV, 304 pages 1 illustration in color.).

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