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Jewish Fundamentalism in Comparative Perspective
Laurence J. Silberstein
February 1, 1993
by New York University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||248|
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Silberstein] on greggdev.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In recent decades, religious fundamentalism has played an increasingly significant role in Western and Middle Eastern politics and culture.
In this volume5/5(1). Get this from a library. Jewish fundamentalism in comparative perspective: religion, ideology, and the crisis of modernity. [Laurence J Silberstein;]. Harris, working from a Jewish perspective, argues that fundamentalism makes no sense as a comparative category, especially in relation to gender.
Brown on the contrary turns to depth psychology to show why fundamentalism is necessarily tied to a conservative ideology of gender.
Jewish Fundamentalism in Comparative Perspective Religion, Ideology, and the Crisis of Morality Edited The book also provides important insights into the emergence of religious fundamentalism as a powerful social and political force in Jewish life, particularly in Israel.
Among the issues examined in Jewish Fundamentalism in Comparative Perspective are the characteristics that link fundamentalist movements of various religious traditions; the study of fundamentalist motifs as they appear specifically in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; the relationship between religion and modernity; the impact of.
Jewish fundamentalism (Hebrew: פונדמנטליזם יהודי) may refer to militant Religious Zionism or Haredi Judaism. The term "fundamentalism" was originally used in reference to Christian fundamentalism, but today commonly refers to the anti-modernist movements of any religion based on literal interpretation of religious scriptures.
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Silberstein. Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel - New Edition (Pluto Middle Eastern Studies S) [Israel Shahak] on greggdev.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 'Illuminative, insightful and accessible, this is an important book that deserves as wide a readership as possible.' Ethnic Conflict Research Digest 'A first-class overview of the different fundamentalist movementsCited by: Oct 03, · In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
Is Fundamentalism Inherent toJewish Traditionalism. IS FUNDAMENTALISM INHERENT TO JEWISH TRADITIONALISM. A REVIEW ESSAY by Chaim I. Waxman Rutgers University Department of Sociology 73 Jewish Fundamentalism in Comparative Perspective: Religion, Ideology, and the Crisis ofModernity, edited by.
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Fundamentalism, type of religious movement characterized by the advocacy of strict conformity to sacred texts.
Once used exclusively to refer to American Protestants who insisted on the inerrancy of the Bible, the term was applied more broadly beginning in the late 20th century to a variety of religious movements. Almost totally absent from such arguments is any inclination to examine Jewish fundamentalism, or so much as to ask whether it, too, might be a factor in the conflict over Palestine, one of the reasons why it seems so greggdev.com by: 1.
The second edition of Understanding Fundamentalism provides a compelling and up to date picture of religious reactions against the modern secular world. Comparing Christian, Islamic, and Jewish fundamentalist movements, anthropologist Richard Antoun shows how all three share common characteristics.
In each tradition, fundamentalists seek purity in an impure world, attempt to make the. Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel by Israel Shahak and Norton Mezvinsky ISBN 0 0 hbk Also available from greggdev.com Preface Virtually identified with Arab terrorism, Islamic fundamentalism is anathema throughout the non-Muslim world.
Read this book on Questia. Arising from a dispute among conservative American Protestants in the early 20th century, the term fundamentalist has been applied in recent years to a wide range of people - Christian, Jewish and Muslim - who have revolted against what they see as.
In fundamentalism: Jewish fundamentalism in Israel. Three main trends in Israeli Judaism have been characterized as fundamentalist: militant religious Zionism, the ultra-Orthodoxy of the Ashkenazim (Jews of eastern European origin), and the ultra-Orthodoxy of the Sephardim (Jews of Middle.
Read More. When the Jew is attacked – it is an assault upon the Name of God!”22 22 Ehud Sprinzak, “Three Models of Religious Violence: The Case of Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel,” in Fundamentalism and the State, ed.
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Harris, working from a Jewish perspective, argues that fundamentalism makes no sense as a comparative category, especially in relation to gender. Brown on the contrary turns to depth psychology to show why fundamentalism is necessarily tied to a conservative ideology of greggdev.com: Responses to Stigmatization in Comparative Perspective provides new data and analysis of how stigmatization affects a range of societies, and its original research and analysis will be important reading for those studying Ethnicity, as well as Sociologists, Political Scientists, and Anthropologists.Id.
at 44; see also Menachem Friedman, Jewish Zealots: Conservative Versus Innovative, in FUNDAMENTALISM IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE(Lawrence Kaplan ed., ). 2 See Lawrence Susskind, Hillel Levine, Gideon Aran, Shlomo Kanial, Yair Sheleg & Moshe Halbertal, Religious and Ideological Dimensions of the Israeli Settlements.