On Jewish learning

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Schocken Books , New York
Jews -- Educa
StatementFranz Rosenzweig ; edited by N.N. Glatzer.
SeriesSchocken paperbacks
ContributionsGlatzer, Nahum Norbert, 1903-
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
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Open LibraryOL14935718M

On Jewish Learning collects essays, speeches, and letters that express Rosenzweigs desire to reconnect the profound truths of Judaism with the lives of ordinary people. Franz Rosenzweig is one of the greatest contributors to Jewish philosophy in the twentieth century and is, with Martin Buber and Abraham Heschel, one of the Jewish thinkers most widely read by Christians/5(19).

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