The Emergence of Ethical Man
KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 2005 - 214 pàgines
For thousands of years, philosophers have pondered the question what it means to be human. Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, known universally as the Rav--the rabbi par excellence--answers the question in The Emergence of Ethical Man, edited by Michael Berger. Relying on both scientific research and classical Jewish sources, Soloveitchik explains how a thoroughly naturalistic setting could give birth to human personality--and to Judaism's expectation of moral character and self-transcendence. The resulting religious anthropology is a startlingly fresh reading of the early chapters of Genesis, and highlights Judaism's distinctive view among those of other religious traditions.
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Man as Organic Being
Man as a Carnivorous Being
Man and His Environment
Man as Animal and the Emergence
Further Consequences of the Sin Fear
THE CHARISMATIC PERSONALITY
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