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Mortality and morality : a search for the good after Auschwitz

Responsibility Hans Jonas
Series Northwestern University studies in phenomenology and existential philosophy
Material Type Book
Publisher Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press
Year 1996
Language English
Size xi, 218 p. ; 23-24 cm
Abstract Ten essays, five freshly translated from German, establish the place of Hans Jonas (1903-93) in post-Holocaust Jewish theology. Among the titles are Evolution and Freedom: On the Continuity Among Life...Forms, Toward an Ontological Grounding of an Ethics for the Future, Immortality and the Modern Temper, and The Concept of God After Auschwitz: A Jewish Voice. No subject index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Ten essays, five freshly translated from German, establish the place of Hans Jonas (1903-93) in post-Holocaust Jewish theology. Among the titles are Evolution and Freedom: On the Continuity Among Life Forms, Toward an Ontological Grounding of an Ethics for the Future, Immortality and the Modern Temper, and The Concept of God After Auschwitz: A Jewish Voice. No subject index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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: pbk Central Library 2A 050212003003622 114.3/J 71 1996

Bibliographic details

Notes A collection of essays edited by Lawrence Vogel
Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors *Jonas, Hans, 1903-1993
Vogel, Lawrence
Subjects LCSH:Ethics
LCSH:Metaphysics
LCSH:Existentialism
LCSH:Phenomenology
LCSH:Holocaust (Jewish theology)
LCSH:Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976
Classification LCC:BJ1031
DC20:170
ID 1000983992
ISBN 081011285X
NCID BA28218628
Vol ISBN:081011285X
: pbk. : alk. paper ; ISBN:0810112868
Created Date 2009.09.16
Modified Date 2009.09.16

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