Sociology of Ignorance

Автор: Steinsaltz, Adin

Издательство: Institute for Jewish Studies

 

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Номер по каталогу: 03039000
Год издания: 1997
Cтраниц: 168
ISBN: 5-86676-066-1
Weight: 0.29 kgs
Compiled by: Funkenstein, Amos
Translated by: Kravtzov, M.
Editor: Levina, I.
Language: Russian
Cover: hardcover
Format: 16x2x22

 

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Описание

Ignorance - is not just a lack of knowledge caused by some cause or accident. All throughout history there have been community groups that sought to keep certain knowledge in your hands and prevent it from spreading to other social strata, thus consciously create and expand ignorance. The authors examine the history of human society from this unusual perspective, examine what happened at different times and in different regions of the world, as well as what is happening today, do not miss and the societies that raise the banner of "public knowledge."

 
CONTENTS:

Chapter 1.
THE PROBLEM ...................................... 5
Chapter 2.
Relevant and irrelevant KNOWLEDGE ....... 16
Chapter 3.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE KNOWLEDGE ...................... 29
Chapter 4.
FROM TO Ezra scribes are obvious: IDEAL
Open Knowledge ............................................. 43
Chapter 5.
JERUSALEM AND ATHENS ......................................... 55
Chapter 6.
From the discovery of knowledge to
Professionalization ...................................... 67
Chapter 7.
UNIVERSITIES ................................................. 79 ......
Chapter 8.
CHURCH AND IGNORANCE ................................. 90
Chapter 9.
EDUCATION AS IDEAL ............................... 101
Chapter 10.
IGNORANCE AND LAYERS OF PUBLIC ......... 112
Chapter 11.
IGNORANCE AND RELIGIOUS LIFE .......... 124
Chapter 12.
CONSCIOUS IGNORANCE .......................... 136
Chapter 13.
GREEN BEARD AND BEEP ................................... 147

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

Born in Jerusalem in 1937. In parallel with Judaism studied mathematics and chemistry at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. At the age of twenty-four years has created an innovative, unique in its kind in Israel, the school and became the youngest director of the school in the country. In 1965, he founded the Israel Institute for Talmudic Publications, where, since that time, working on a monumental work - annotated translation of the Talmud into modern Hebrew and other languages.

During that Rabbi Steinsaltz has been awarded the highest state award - the Israel Prize.

He published numerous books and articles on a wide range of topics: Judaism, science, art, philosophy and mysticism.

His publications have been translated into English, French, German, Dutch, Russian, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. They are a classic example - both in terms of content and in terms of pedagogical influence.

In 1995, at the invitation of the Chief Rabbi of Russia Adolf Shaevich Adin Steinsaltz took over as spiritual leader of the Jews of Russia.

PROFESSOR AMOS FUNKENSHTEYN,

blessed be his memory, was born in Tel Aviv in 1937 and died as a result of a serious illness in Berkeley in 1995. His journey began with the science classes at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and continued at the Berlin Free University, where he received at the age of twenty-eight years doctorate of philosophy and history. After two years of working as a professor at the Open University of Berlin, he moved in 1967 to the University of Los Angeles. Since 1980 - professor at Tel Aviv University, one of the founders of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas.

His research and books on a wide range of topics: "Theology and the scientific imagination from the Middle Ages to the 17th century," "Nature, History and Messianism in the Rambam," "historical consciousness of the Jews and in the surrounding culture." His work is distinguished lectures and the depth and breadth of knowledge in philosophy, history, theology, physics and mathematics. This was facilitated by the possession Greek and Latin and modern European languages ​​and, of course, Hebrew and Aramaic.

In 1955, Amos Funkenshteyn was awarded the Israel Prize. This high rank was awarded to him for the depth study of Jewish thought and, in particular, for his outstanding ability to disclose the relationship and conflict between Jewish thought and philosophy and theology of Christianity.

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