[E-Book] ✓ Being Jewish/Reading Heidegger: An Ontological Encounter | BY ✓ Allen Scult

Being Jewish/Reading Heidegger: An Ontological Encounter By Allen Scult,

  • Title: Being Jewish/Reading Heidegger: An Ontological Encounter
  • Author: Allen Scult
  • ISBN: 9780823223114
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This innovative book investigates being Jewish not as a sectarian religiosity but as a way of being in the world particularly suited to understanding Heidegger s early phenomenology At its core is an intimate engagement with sacred texts, which grounds being Jewish in a way of life constituted as a way of reading a way of reading transmitted to succeeding generatioThis innovative book investigates being Jewish not as a sectarian religiosity but as a way of being in the world particularly suited to understanding Heidegger s early phenomenology At its core is an intimate engagement with sacred texts, which grounds being Jewish in a way of life constituted as a way of reading a way of reading transmitted to succeeding generations as a passionate teaching.Allen Scult argues that Heidegger was similarly involved in a passionate attempt to introduce his students to philosophical practice through a personal engagement with the words of Aristotle Scult traces the hermeneutical affinity even intimacy between Judaism as a way of life, grounded in an intense interpretive relationship to the Torah and Heidegger s view of philosophical practice, as a similarly intense interpretive relationship to the founding texts of Western philosophy.In tracing the dynamics of this relationship in Heideggerian and Jewish hermeneutics, Scult not only finds mutually enlightening points of contact between the two, but also uncovers new ways of understanding how Heidegger s fundamental ontology is grounded in the lived experience of religion Allen Scult is National Endowment for the Humanities Professor of Philosophy and Rhetoric at Drake University He is co author of Rhetoric and Biblical Interpretation.Being Jewish Reading Heidegger ponders what it means to read Heidegger on his own terms, that is, to read him from the place where one is, in Heidegger s language, in and from the facticity of one s own Being To be Jewish, according to Scult, is to be entexted with Torah Scult argues that this notion of binding one s being with a textual tradition underlies Heidegger s theory of Dasein He uses Heidegger s lectures on Aristotle s Rhetoric to illustrate how Heidegger reads Aristotle and, in doing so teach es the Jew how to be Jewish in the world through an engagement with a textual tradition Torah Shaul Magid, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America a compelling account of how being Jewish enacts the sort of concrete, revealing relationship to a text and a world that makes meditation on being, as Heidegger early and late understands it, possible Only someone with Allen Scult s trained ear for the subtle interplay of rhetoric and hermeneutics could make us see the remarkable parallels between the Rabbis reading of the Torah and Heidegger s reading of Aristotle.he makes a trenchant case for a reading of Heidegger not as prophet, but as Rabbinic sage Daniel O Dahlstrom, Boston University
    Being Jewish Reading Heidegger An Ontological Encounter This innovative book investigates being Jewish not as a sectarian religiosity but as a way of being in the world particularly suited to understanding Heidegger s early phenomenology At its core is an

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