Hasidism on the Margin : Reconciliation, Antinomianism, and Messianism in Izbica and Radzin Hasidism

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Hasidism on the Margin : Reconciliation, Antinomianism, and Messianism in Izbica and Radzin Hasidism

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  • 言語 ENG
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Hasidism on the Margin explores one of the most provocative and radical traditions of Hasidic thought, the school of Izbica and Radzin that Rabbi Gershon Henokh founded in nineteenth-century Poland. Shaul Magid traces the intellectual history of this strand of Judaism from medieval Jewish philosophy through centuries of Kabbalistic texts to the nineteenth century and into the present. He contextualizes the Hasidism of Izbica-Radzin in the larger philosophy and history of religions and provides a model for inquiry into other forms of Hasidism.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
General Introduction xi
Biographical Introduction xvii
A Note on Translation xxv
A Note on the Absence of Gender-Inclusive xxvii
Part I. The Piety of Secrecy: Esotericism, 1 (108)
Faith, and the Hasidic Construction of Origins
1. Retrieving the Origins of Kabbala: Gershon 3 (37)
Henokh of Radzin's "Primordial Torah of
Abraham" and Its Dialectical Disclosure
2. Recircumcising the Torah: The Synthesis of 40 (32)
the Zohar and the Guide of the Perplexed and
the Hasidic Reconstruction of Esotericism
3. What Is Hasidism?: A Hasidic Search for 72 (37)
Part 2. Hasidism and the Hermeneutical Turn: 109 (92)
Reading Scripture against Itself
4. The Redemptive Foundation of Sin: A First 113 (25)
Step in Recovering Determinism
5. Human Perfection and the Fulfillment of 138 (30)
Abrahamic Religion: From Circumcision to
Abraham's Death
6. Reconciliation and Fragmentation: The 168 (33)
Second Rupture and the Final Stage of Exile
Part 3. The Law and Its Discontents 201 (48)
7. In and Around the Law: Antinomianism and 205 (44)
Mitzvot in Izbica/Radzin Hasidism
Conclusion 249 (10)
Notes 259 (108)
Bibliography 367 (28)
Index 395