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Holocaust : religious and philosophical implications / edited by John K. Roth and Michael Berenbaum.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: BM645.H6 H64 1989

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    Holocaust : religious and philosophical implications / edited by John K. Roth and Michael Berenbaum.
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    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Paragon House, 1989
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    Who, what, where, when, how? / Michael Berenbaum and John K. Roth
    The silence of Auschwitz / André Neher
    The place of the Holocaust in contemporary history / Yehuda Bauer
    The Holocaust in American historical writing / Gerd Korman
    Thinking about the six million : facts, figures, perspectives / Lucy S. Dawidowicz
    The Holocaust and the covenant / David W. Weiss and Michael Berenbaum
    The uniqueness and universality of the Holocaust / Michael Berenbaum
    The drowned and the saved / Primo Levi
    The ghetto as a form of government / Raul Hilberg
    Forms of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust / Yehuda Bauer
    The people who walked on / Tadeusz Borowski
    Torture / Jean Améry
    "This world is not this world" / Robert Jay Lifton
    Excremental assault / Terrence Des Pres
    The dilemma of choice in the deathcamps / Lawrence L. Langer
    The dead stars pursue their courses / David Rousset
    On losing trust in the world / John K. Roth
    Selections from Night / Elie Wiesel
    The dean and the chosen people / Richard L. Rubenstein
    The 614th commandment / Emil L. Fackenheim
    In the beginning was the cry / Eliezer Berkovits
    Cloud of smoke, pillar of fire / Irving Greenberg
    An exchange / Richard L. Rubenstein and Elie Wiesel
    Why? / Michael Berenbaum and John K. Roth.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Roth, John K.
    Berenbaum, Michael, 1945-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographies and index.
    Who, what, where, when, how? / Michael Berenbaum and John K. Roth -- The silence of Auschwitz / André Neher -- The place of the Holocaust in contemporary history / Yehuda Bauer -- The Holocaust in American historical writing / Gerd Korman -- Thinking about the six million : facts, figures, perspectives / Lucy S. Dawidowicz -- The Holocaust and the covenant / David W. Weiss and Michael Berenbaum -- The uniqueness and universality of the Holocaust / Michael Berenbaum -- The drowned and the saved / Primo Levi -- The ghetto as a form of government / Raul Hilberg -- Forms of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust / Yehuda Bauer -- The people who walked on / Tadeusz Borowski -- Torture / Jean Améry -- "This world is not this world" / Robert Jay Lifton -- Excremental assault / Terrence Des Pres -- The dilemma of choice in the deathcamps / Lawrence L. Langer -- The dead stars pursue their courses / David Rousset -- On losing trust in the world / John K. Roth -- Selections from Night / Elie Wiesel -- The dean and the chosen people / Richard L. Rubenstein -- The 614th commandment / Emil L. Fackenheim -- In the beginning was the cry / Eliezer Berkovits -- Cloud of smoke, pillar of fire / Irving Greenberg -- An exchange / Richard L. Rubenstein and Elie Wiesel -- Why? / Michael Berenbaum and John K. Roth.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1557781877
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available online.
    Physical Description
    xxxvi, 390 p. : map ; 23 cm.

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