Collection of articles dealing with different views on Repentance and Redemption from a philosophic perspective. The collection focuses on the’approach of Jewish philosophers, beginning with the teachings of Rav Yosef Albo and the Maharal of Prague and concluding with the modern, 20th-century teachings of Rosensweig, Hermann Cohen, Buber, Levinas and others. Other articles examine the distinctive Rabbinic and philosophic language employed by the Rambam, Zionism and Redemption, education as a foundation for repentance, and the tensions between Judaism and Christianity. The introductory essay deals with repentance, redemption and the philosophic teachings of Professor Binyamin Gross, to whom this volume is dedicated.
Hebrew and French.