Photos Copyright Credits:
Right Photo: ``Spanish Girl`` (1925), Ziona Tagar, Israel Museum collection.
Left Photo: Photo Deutsches Museum Munich Bar-Ilan University Press
Advanced
Book Details
Home Page New Titles Catalog Sales Members Shopping Cart Hebrew
Sales

A Dictionary of Jewish Babylonian Aramaic of the Talmudic and Geonic Periods-now at discount of 80% off the catalog price

Bar-Ilan University
Electronic Books
New! eBooks
View our eBooks
Categories
New Titles
Mikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - ProverbsMikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Proverbs
By
Menachem Cohen

Mikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Daniel, Ezra-NehemiahMikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah
By
Menachem Cohen

Mikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Proverbs - small editionMikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Proverbs - small edition
By
Menachem Cohen

Mikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah - small editionMikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah - small edition
By
Menachem Cohen

Ambivalent Intellectualism in the Thought of Rav Shneur Zalman of Liadi Ambivalent Intellectualism in the Thought of Rav Shneur Zalman of Liadi
By
Yossef Stamler

Daat 87Daat 87
Edited by
Avraham Elqayam Dov Schwartz Hanoch Ben-Pazi

A New Man, in a Jewish FormA New Man, in a Jewish Form
By
Ehud Fuehrer

Home Page A New Man, in a Jewish Form
From Category - Philosophy
A New Man, in a Jewish Form
Self Fulfillment, Nationalism and the Concept of "Life of Expansion" in the Writing of A. D. Gordon
סדרת MAHSHAVOT
By Ehud Fuehrer
Click to Enlarge

Description
This book discusses the philosophy of Aaron David Gordon, known primarily as a pioneer and Zionist role model, and it claims two essential assertions about this philosophy: Firstly that Gordon was in fact a philosopher in the strict sense of the word. He created a coherent philosophy based on a systematic methodology and a set of philosophical concepts. Secondly, A.D. Gordon’s philosophy centers on the question of the good life – how an individual and community should behave and act in the world. Gordon termed the ideal life a "life of expansion," a concept which combines several ideas, such as the need for self-fulfillment and practical self-realization; the reality as an extension of the self; the set of links that connect the individual to family, nation, nature, and humanity; and the implementation of the ideals of the good life in the political sphere.

Title Details
Danacode: 110-20280
ISBN: 978-965-226-540-1
Categories: Philosophy Mahshavot - A Series for Studies in Jewish Thought in Memory of Isidore Friedman Jewish Thought
Published: July 2019
Language: Hebrew
Hardcover
17x24 cm
450 gr
238 pages

In Stock
Price: $25.00 Internet Price: $21.00

Add to Cart

Attached Files
English Contents
Hebrew Contents

     
Privacy | Terms

About Us | Contact Us | Authors | Copyrights | In Press

Service | Disconnect

     


Built by Priza Information Systems Ltd