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Good and evil after Auschwitz : ethical implications for today / edited by Jack Bemporad, John T. Pawlikowski, and Joseph Sievers.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.3 .G662 2000

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Hoboken, NJ : KTAV Pub. House, c2000
    Contents
    Abraham's covenant under assault : the need for a post-Holocaust theology, Jewish, Christian and Muslim / Emil L. Fackenheim
    Between remembering and forgetting : the Shoah in the era of cultural amnesia / Johann Baptist Metz
    What can we Jews affirm about God after the Holocaust? / Jack Bemporad
    "Whoever does not experience the hiding of the face is not one of them" : God's hiding of himself, good and evil / Benedetto Carucci Viterbi
    God : the foundational ethical question after the Holocaust / John T. Pawlikowski
    Steadfast love and truth after Auschwitz / Maureena Fritz
    God between mercy and justice : the challenge of Auschwitz and the hope of universal reconciliation / Dirk Ansorge
    Between will to power and dereliction : speaking of man after the Shoah / Emilio Baccarini
    Doing ethics in an age of science / Peter J. Haas
    The morality of Auschwitz? : a critical confrontation with Peter Has's ethical interpretation of the Holocaust / Didier Pollefeyt
    Auschwitz from a Nuremberg perspective : medical and ethical implications / Etienne Lepicard
    Moral principles in extreme situations : Auschwitz and the truth and the human condition / Armando Rigobello
    Good and evil after Auschwitz : judgment / Gianfranco Dalmasso
    The limit and the unlimited / Stefano Levi Delia Torre
    The approach to the question of good and evil in the writings of Hans Jonas and Hannah Arendt / Bernard Dupuy
    Auschwitz as crucial experiment : the Lord's suffering servant in the interpretation of André Neher and Emmanuel Levinas / Irene Kajon
    Remembrance and responsibility : rescuers of Jews during the Shoah / Eva Fleischner
    Courage after the Shoah : explorations of a Christian virture / Michael B. McGarry
    Aberrant freedom and impious heroism : observations on conscience and suspension of ethical evaluation in the Auschwitz case / Massimo Giuliani
    Working through bereavement : the intersection of memory and history / David Meghnagi
    Spirit and flesh : toward a post-Shoah, post-modern incarnational ethic / James Bernauer
    Good and evil after Auschwitz in papal teaching / Remi Hoeckman
    The banality of good and evil : antisocial behavior, prosocial behavior, and Jewish religious teaching / David R. Blumenthal
    After Auschwitz, ethics a prime responsibility / Jean Halpérin
    Victims' voices : texts / selected and introduced by Joseph Sievers.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bemporad, Jack.
    Pawlikowski, John.
    Sievers, Joseph.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Abraham's covenant under assault : the need for a post-Holocaust theology, Jewish, Christian and Muslim / Emil L. Fackenheim -- Between remembering and forgetting : the Shoah in the era of cultural amnesia / Johann Baptist Metz -- What can we Jews affirm about God after the Holocaust? / Jack Bemporad -- "Whoever does not experience the hiding of the face is not one of them" : God's hiding of himself, good and evil / Benedetto Carucci Viterbi -- God : the foundational ethical question after the Holocaust / John T. Pawlikowski -- Steadfast love and truth after Auschwitz / Maureena Fritz -- God between mercy and justice : the challenge of Auschwitz and the hope of universal reconciliation / Dirk Ansorge -- Between will to power and dereliction : speaking of man after the Shoah / Emilio Baccarini -- Doing ethics in an age of science / Peter J. Haas -- The morality of Auschwitz? : a critical confrontation with Peter Has's ethical interpretation of the Holocaust / Didier Pollefeyt -- Auschwitz from a Nuremberg perspective : medical and ethical implications / Etienne Lepicard -- Moral principles in extreme situations : Auschwitz and the truth and the human condition / Armando Rigobello -- Good and evil after Auschwitz : judgment / Gianfranco Dalmasso -- The limit and the unlimited / Stefano Levi Delia Torre -- The approach to the question of good and evil in the writings of Hans Jonas and Hannah Arendt / Bernard Dupuy -- Auschwitz as crucial experiment : the Lord's suffering servant in the interpretation of André Neher and Emmanuel Levinas / Irene Kajon -- Remembrance and responsibility : rescuers of Jews during the Shoah / Eva Fleischner -- Courage after the Shoah : explorations of a Christian virture / Michael B. McGarry -- Aberrant freedom and impious heroism : observations on conscience and suspension of ethical evaluation in the Auschwitz case / Massimo Giuliani -- Working through bereavement : the intersection of memory and history / David Meghnagi -- Spirit and flesh : toward a post-Shoah, post-modern incarnational ethic / James Bernauer -- Good and evil after Auschwitz in papal teaching / Remi Hoeckman -- The banality of good and evil : antisocial behavior, prosocial behavior, and Jewish religious teaching / David R. Blumenthal -- After Auschwitz, ethics a prime responsibility / Jean Halpérin -- Victims' voices : texts / selected and introduced by Joseph Sievers.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0881256927
    Physical Description
    xxiii, 330 p. ; 23 cm.

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