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M
o s e s
, S
t e p h a n e
.
System and revelation: the philosophy of Franz
Rosenzweig.
Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992. 352 p.
Comprehensive analysis of Rosenzweig’s thinking as it is pre­
sented in his major work
The Star of redemption.
N
e u s n e r
, J
a c o b
.
Judaism as philosophy: the method and message of the Mish­
nah.
Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1991. 260
P-
Neusner identifies the philosophical side of the Mishnah’s sys­
tem as a law code.
N
e u s n e r
, J
a c o b
.
Rabbinic political theory: religion and politics in the Mish­
nah.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991. 462 p.
Details the Mishnah’s conception of politics, and compares it
with Aristotle.
N
e u s n e r
, J
a c o b
.
Transformation of Judaism from philosophy to religion.
Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1991. 368 p.
R
o y s e
, J
am es
R .
Spurious texts of Philo of Alexandria.
Leiden,
E . J .
Brill,
1991. 252 p.
Analyzes the sources of sixty-one texts that are spurious. Also
surveys books mistakenly assigned to Philo.
S
a c k s
, J
o n a t h a n
,
ed.
Orthodoxy confronts modernity.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav,
1991. 156 p.
Papers on the future of modern Orthodoxy, women and Ju ­
daism, religion and politics in Israel, and relations to non-Jews.
S
a f r a n
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
Wisdom of the kabbalah.
Spring Valley, NJ:
Feldheim, 1991. 230 p.
S
c h a c h t e r
-S
h a l o m i
, Z
a lm an
M.
Spiritual intimacy: a study of counseling
in Hasidism.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson, 1991. 416 p.
The relationship between rebbe and his disciple, described in
religious as well as psychological terms.
S
e e s k in
, K
e n n e t h
.
Maimonides: a guide for today’s perplexed.
West Or­
ange, NJ: Behrman House, 1991. 141 p.
A presentation of Maimonides’ ideas making them accessible to
people with no formal training in philosophy.
S
o k o lo v s k y
, M
e ir
S
im c h a
.
Prophecy and providence: the fulfillment of To­
rah prophecies in the course of Jewish history.
Spring Valley, NY:
Feldheim, 1991. 235 p.
Examines the remarkable correlation between the events of Jew­
ish history and Torah passages that foretell the future.
S
o lo m o n
, N
o rm a n
.
Judaism and world religion.
N ew
York: St. Martin’s
Press, 1991. 256 p.
Addresses contemporary issues, such as conservation, business
ethics, and relations between state and religion.
S
o l o v e i t c h ik
, A
h r o n
.
Logic of the heart, logic of the mind.
Brooklline,