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Series: SUNY series, The Body in Culture, History, and Religion . 1. The Problem of the Body for the People of the Book.

Series: SUNY series, The Body in Culture, History, and Religion (discontinued). By shifting attention from the image of Jews as a textual community to the ways Jews understand and manage their bodies - for example, to their concerns with reproduction and sexuality, menstruation and childbirth- this volume contributes to a revisioning of what Jews and Judaism are and have been. The project of re-membering the Jewish body has both historical and constructive motivations. Download. 2. The Garden of Eden and Sexuality in Early Judaism.

Howard Eilberg-Schwartz (1992) People of the Body: Jews and Judaism from an Embodied Perspective. On this period, see Gershon D. Cohen (1956) The Talmudic Age in Leo W. Schwartz (e., Great Ages and Ideas of the Jewish People

Howard Eilberg-Schwartz (1992) People of the Body: Jews and Judaism from an Embodied Perspective. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 5. See Samuel J. Kottek (1985) Concepts of Disease in the Talmud, Koroth 9 (1–2): 7–33. 6. Don Bates (e. (1995) Knowledge and Scholarly Medical Traditions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., Great Ages and Ideas of the Jewish People. New York: Random House, pp. 143–212. She then received a formal invitation from Rabbi Vainstein, and the rest is history

People of the Body: Jews and Judaism from an Embodied Perspective. Biblical and Talmudic Medicine. She then received a formal invitation from Rabbi Vainstein, and the rest is history. Later, Chana became the Acting Principal of the Pelech high school for girls in Jerusalem, under the aegis of Prof. Alice Shalvi, founder of the Israel Women's Network.

SUNY Series, The Body in Culture, History, and Religion. Subjects: Sex Religious aspects Judaism. Human body Religious aspects Judaism. Purity, Ritual Judaism.

The history of Judaism is essential to understanding the Jewish faith . The Torah-the first five books of the Tanakh-outlines laws for Jews to follow.

The history of Judaism is essential to understanding the Jewish faith, which has a rich heritage of law, culture and tradition. Jewish people believe there’s only one God who has established a covenant-or special agreement-with them. Their God communicates to believers through prophets and rewards good deeds while also punishing evil. It’s sometimes also referred to as the Pentateuch. The origins of Jewish faith are explained throughout the Torah.

The human body has been subject of much debate. How people are defined, and what defined them – be it their anatomy or their energy or both – depends on culture and time. Culture not only defines how sex is perceived but also how gender is defined. Today gender, sex, and identity continue to be of much debate and change based on what place and people are being examined.

By shifting attention from the image of Jews as a textual community to the ways Jews understand and manage their bodies ― for example, to their concerns with reproduction and sexuality, menstruation and childbirth― this volume contributes to a revisioning of what Jews and Judaism are and have been. The project of re-membering the Jewish body has both historical and constructive motivations. As a constructive project, this book describes, renews, and participates in the complex and ongoing modern discussion about the nature of Jewish bodies and the place of bodies in Judaism.
People of the Body: Jews and Judaism from an Embodied Perspective (SUNY series, The Body in Culture, History, and Religion) download epub
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Author: Howard Eilberg-Schwartz
ISBN: 0791411699
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (September 22, 1992)
Pages: 402 pages