Jewish Explorations of Sexuality

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Jonathan Magonet
Berghahn Books, 1995 - 255 من الصفحات
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Every religious community has been affected by the sexual revolution. The conflict between contemporary attitudes and traditional practices has led to major divisions and controversies, particularly when focused on issues such as homosexuality. This is the first attempt to take abroad look at both the Jewish pioneers of modern sexual thought and the impact of the revolution on our understanding of past Jewish practices and culture. For the first time the writings of leading scholars in the field from the United States and the United Kingdom have been brought together to explore these topics, and the book is essential reading for those academically or professionally engaged in areas ranging from counseling and pastoral work, to religious and social studies.

 

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The Lust for Asceticism in the Hasidic Movement
51
Some Orthodox Perspectives Alan Unterman
67
A Strange Conjunction Mark Solomon
75
The Jewish Homosexual and the Halakhic Tradition
83
A Tale of Life on the Margins
95
What is Our Love? Sheila Shulman
103
Godly and Gay Lionel Blue
117
Freud Race and Gender Sander L Gilman
135
Myths of Female Sexuality Sara Cooper
157
Sheila Ernst
165
Sexuality A Discussion
221
Notes on Contributors
253
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Jonathan Magonet studied at the Universities of London and Heidelberg, where he received his PhD, and at Leo Baeck College, where he received his Rabbinic ordination and subsequently lectured and whose Principal he has been since 1985.

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