Judaism, Human Values, and the Jewish State

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A biochemist by profession, a polymath by inclination and erudition, Yeshayahu Leibowitz has been, since the early 1940s, one of the most incisive and controversial critics of Israeli culture and politics. His direct involvement, compelling polemics, and trenchant criticism have established his steadfast significance for contemporary Israeli--and Jewish--intellectual life. These hard-hitting essays, his first to be published in English, cover the ground Leibowitz has marked out over time with moral rigor and political ...

Judaism, Human Values, and the Jewish State 1992, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674487758

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