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Polish-Jewish relations in a philosophical perspective.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.P6 P582 1989

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    Overview

    Series
    Dialectics and humanism, v. 16, no. 1
    Dialectics and humanism ; v. 16, no. 1.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Warszawa : Polish Academy of Sciences, 1989
    Locale
    Poland
    Contents
    Friends and strangers / Jakub Goldberg
    Some comments on J. Goldberg's paper / Zdzisław Libera
    The Jewish population in Poland during the Middle Ages / Henryk Samsonowicz
    Poles and Jews : the forgotten tradition of cooperation / Jerzy R. Nowak
    Polish reasons and Jewish reasons
    Jerzy Turowicz
    Values against the Holocaust / Antonina Kłoskowska
    Warsaw Ghetto : reflections on attitudes / Ruta Sakowska
    The fight and martyrdom of Polish Jews : the myths and the truth / Kazimierz Kąkol
    A comment on Czesław Miłosz's Campo di Fiori / Zdzisław Libera
    I was in the Umschlagplatz / Zydmunt Nissenbaum
    The concept of alienation in Janusz Korczak's works / Henryk Rosen
    God and nation : Franz Rosenzweig's concept of messianism vs. Polish messianism / Barbara Markiewicz
    Philosophical premises of Levinas' conception of Judaism / Iwona Lorenc
    Martin Buber : a Jew from Galicia / Krystyna Górniak-Kocikowska
    Reflections and reservations concerning Martin Buber's dialogical philosophy in its religious dimension / John R. Thomas
    Language, eroticism, and Polish-Jewish relations in Jerzy Kosinski's The hermit of 69th street
    Polin : a journal of dialogue / Tomasz Gąsowski
    The Nissenbaum Foundation : saving the traces of culture / Radosław Piszczek
    Moral ideals and social values : the dialectics of legitimization / Shlomo Avineri
    Pluralism and universalist socialism / Janusz Kuczyński.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Friends and strangers / Jakub Goldberg -- Some comments on J. Goldberg's paper / Zdzisław Libera -- The Jewish population in Poland during the Middle Ages / Henryk Samsonowicz -- Poles and Jews : the forgotten tradition of cooperation / Jerzy R. Nowak -- Polish reasons and Jewish reasons -- Jerzy Turowicz -- Values against the Holocaust / Antonina Kłoskowska -- Warsaw Ghetto : reflections on attitudes / Ruta Sakowska -- The fight and martyrdom of Polish Jews : the myths and the truth / Kazimierz Kąkol -- A comment on Czesław Miłosz's Campo di Fiori / Zdzisław Libera -- I was in the Umschlagplatz / Zydmunt Nissenbaum --
    The concept of alienation in Janusz Korczak's works / Henryk Rosen -- God and nation : Franz Rosenzweig's concept of messianism vs. Polish messianism / Barbara Markiewicz -- Philosophical premises of Levinas' conception of Judaism / Iwona Lorenc -- Martin Buber : a Jew from Galicia / Krystyna Górniak-Kocikowska -- Reflections and reservations concerning Martin Buber's dialogical philosophy in its religious dimension / John R. Thomas -- Language, eroticism, and Polish-Jewish relations in Jerzy Kosinski's The hermit of 69th street -- Polin : a journal of dialogue / Tomasz Gąsowski --The Nissenbaum Foundation : saving the traces of culture / Radosław Piszczek -- Moral ideals and social values : the dialectics of legitimization / Shlomo Avineri -- Pluralism and universalist socialism / Janusz Kuczyński.

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    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    222 p. : 24 cm.

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