Rorty and the prophetic: Jewish engagements with a secular philosopher

Lanham: Lexington Books (2021)
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Abstract

This book brings Jewish moral reasoning into conversation with Richard Rorty's secular neo-pragmatist philosophy, which often comes across as anti-religious. The result is a type of hope for the future concerning the relationship between Judaism and secularism.

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