What we learned from the 1970's

By Arnold J. Wolf, Nora Levin, Michael Wyschogrod, David Novak

Eugene Borowitz, December 28, 1979

At Sh'ma's annual meeting of the contributing editors in June 1979, a symposium was held on the implications of the past decade on Jewish life. Opening, prepared remarks were made by Nora Levin, Arnold Jacob Wolf, and David Novak. A lively discussion followed. These are highlights of the exchange.

Topics under discussion include the effect of Zionism and the state of Israel on antisemitism and diaspora Jews; the tension between Jewish particularism and humanist universalism; the concept of golah (exile); and the future of the Jewish state.

The record of this discussion spans two issues: Part 2

Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, History, Antisemitism, Diaspora, Zionism

Name of Publication: Sh'ma: A Journal of Jewish Ideas

Editor: Borowitz, Eugene

Volume/Issue: Vol.10/no.184

Page Number(s): 25-31

Genre: Article

Coverage: Israel , United States

Language: English

Copyright Holder: Publisher

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Wolf, Arnold J. Levin, Nora. Wyschogrod, Michael. Novak, David. What we learned from the 1970's. Sh'ma: A Journal of Jewish Ideas. Eugene Borowitz. 28 December 1979: 25-31. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=11835


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