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Paths of emancipation

Paths of emancipation

Jews, states and citizenship

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Published by Princeton University Press P. in Princeton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Pierre Birnbaum and Ira Katznelson.
ContributionsBirnbaum, Pierre., Katznelson, Ira, 1944-
The Physical Object
Pagination(320)p. ;
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21621857M
ISBN 100691034605

The lectures and practices in this inspiring book were given at a retreat in Vermont in by the Vietnamese Buddhist monk and poet Thich Nhat Hanh. The material includes his interpretations of the "Discourse on the Full Awareness of Breathing" as well as his responses to questions during this three-week period. The Path of Emancipation. 1. Emancipation and the Liberal Offer / Pierre Birnbaum and Ira Katznelson; 2. Dutch Jews in a Segmented Society / Hans Daalder; 3. From "Schutzjuden" to "Deutsche Staatsburger Judischen Glaubens": The Long and Bumpy Road of Jewish Emancipation in Germany / Werner E. Mosse.

"The terrain covered by Paths of Emancipation is vast. The editorial agenda required that 'emancipation' be understood by the contributors in its broadest sense, and that it be set in the context of social and political developments within each state. Werner E. Mosse, "From Schutzjuden to Deutsche Staatsbürger Jüdischen Glaubens: The Long and Bumpy Road of Jewish Emancipation in Germany", in: Birnbaum (ed.), Paths of Emancipation, p. [pdf] Book for review: Ritchie Robertson, The "Jewish Question" in German Literature, Emancipation and its Discontents, Oxford: Oxford.

Paths of Emancipation The goal is to produce a systematic study of the highly diverse paths to emancipation and to explore their different impacts on Jewish identity, dispositions, and patterns of collective action. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback. Pierre Birnbaum and Ira Katznelson, eds. Paths of Emancipation: Jews, States and Citizenship. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, x + pp. Bibliography and index. $ (cloth), ISBN ; $ (paper), ISBN Reviewed by Glenn R. Sharfman, Hiram College.


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The Path of Emancipation transcribes Thich Nhat Hanh's first twenty-one day retreat in North America inwhen more than four hundred practitioners from around the world joined him to experience mindfulness.

This book deliberately preserves the tone and style of a retreat, including soundings of the bell, meditation breaks, and the question-and-answer by:   Doblin wrote at the end of what might be called the long century of emancipation, the period assayed in this book.

The epoch opened with the creation of a new American Republic with a constitution that proscribed religious tests for office and with the annulment by the French National Assembly in September of all legal barriers to citizenship "affecting individuals of the Jewish Brand: Princeton University Press.

The Path to Emancipation, which transcribes this retreat, comprises an in-depth instruction in the Sixteen Ways of Breathing from the Discourse on the full Awareness of Breathing. Applying the teachings to everyday life, Thich Nhat Hanh shows how it is possible to slow down and get in touch with our : Thich Nhat Hanh.

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Katznelson and Birnbaum, Paths of Emancipation summary of chapter one. Note that this book was published inbut began as a series of conference papers in and As often happens, it took many years for the project to appear in final form in print. Chapter 1 “Emancipation. In The Path of Emancipation, Thich Nhat Hanh translates the Buddhist tradition into everyday life and makes it relevant and transforming for us all.

Studying in-depth the Discourse on the Full Awareness of Breathing, he teaches how mindfulness can help us reduce stress, and live simply, confidently, and happily while dwelling in the present moment.

"The terrain covered by Paths of Emancipation is vast. The editorial agenda required that 'emancipation' be understood by the contributors in its broadest sense, and that it be set in the context of social and political developments within each state.4/5(1).

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Book Description: Throughout the nineteenth century, legal barriers to Jewish citizenship were lifted in Europe, enabling organized Jewish communities and individuals to alter radically their relationships with the institutions of the Christian West.

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This book deliberately preserves the tone and style of a retreat, including soundings of the bell, meditation breaks, and the question-and-answer sessions. This.