By Maurice S. Friedman
This e-book increases considerably serious questions pertaining to Heschel’s philosophy of Judaism whereas last tremendously appreciative of the sweep and command of his philosophy that Friedman believes weren't sufficiently labored through.
“In Abraham Joshua Heschel, Maurice Friedman, the disciple and most popular interpreter of Martin Buber, has given us a lucid and deeply own account of his targeted friendship with Abraham Heschel, the main artistic Jewish philosopher of the 20 th century. Friedman’s love for Heschel may be noticeable through the publication even though those philosophers held various perspectives on faith and Judaism. Friedman is helping us comprehend why Heschel is taken into account by way of many to be the Jewish saint of his generation.”
—Harold Kasimow, Professor Emeritus of non secular reviews, Grinnell College
“Few people get to event a significant dating with a good non secular instructor, akin to Friedman did with Heschel. i discovered this publication to supply splendidly wealthy insights into Heschel’s lived knowledge and ethical grandeur. Abraham Joshua Heschel presents an evocative account of the dialogical interactions among those extraordinary thinkers.”
—Kenneth P. Kramer, Professor Emeritus of Comparative spiritual reports, San Jose country University
“Maurice Friedman offers us a stunning, inspiring portrait of his courting with my father over the process many a long time. His e-book is a wonderful advent to my father’s existence and idea and is full of love and admiration.”
—Susannah Heschel, Professor of Jewish experiences, Dartmouth College
Maurice S. Friedman used to be Professor Emeritus of faith, Philosophy, and Comparative Literature at San Diego nation collage. he's the writer or editor of over fifty books, together with a translation of Martin Buber’s Hasidism and glossy guy (2005) and Abraham Joshua Heschel & Elie Wiesel, you're My Witnesses (1987).
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