Hasidism Beyond Modernity

Hasidism Beyond Modernity

A critical exploration of Habad hasidism from its beginnings to the present, investigating topics such as hasidic ideas about non-Jews, rationality versus faith, the role of the individual, women, and messianism, as well as the paradoxes in the contemporary Habad synthesis of mysticism and postmodernity.


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