7) Conforme Yirmiyahu
Yovel, "a particularly distinct echo of the Converso [New-Christian] experience resounds from the picaresque novel" (263).
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, Spinoza and Other Heretics: the Adventures of Immanence (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1989).
A Palestinian Arab terrorist stabbed and rammed his car into three Israelis on Yirmiyahu
The incident occurred on Yirmiyahu
Street, in the city's Romema neighborhood, and came after another day of attacks against Israelis.
In Maimonides and Philosophy: Papers Presented at the Sixth Jerusalem Philosophical Encounter, edited by Shlomo Pines and Yirmiyahu
In my investigation of Cervantes's style of "secularism," I have benefited greatly from Jacques Berlinerblau's The Secular Bible, Northrop Frye's The Secular Scripture and The Great Code, and Yirmiyahu
Yovel's two-volume Spinoza and Other Heretics.
75) Some New Christians internalized such memory, and it contributed to the construction of a complex identity: on the one hand, sustained by the reference to a common past, a "faith of remembrance," in the words of Nathan Wachtel; on the other hand, characterized by ambivalent and multiple sentiments, beliefs and behaviors, which philosopher Yovel Yirmiyahu
classified as a new form of otherness, the "other within.
A more nuanced reading of Nietzsche's relationship to the Jewish Question confronting Europe in the 19th century is offered by Yirmiyahu
Yovel, who differentiates between Nietzsche's views and attitudes toward his Jewish contemporaries (whom he strongly defended against anti-Semitic attacks), and ancient priestly Judaism, the progenitors of the Christian culture whom Nietzsche so vehemently opposed and identified as the primary cause of European degeneration (and whom he attacked by means of anti-Judaic stereotypes).
35) For an interpretation almost identical to Strauss's, see Yirmiyahu
Yovel, Hegel's Preface to the Phenomenology of the Spirit, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005), 71-2: "Love indicates that we lack its object and are still searching for it.
This claim of divinity in companionship with humanity does not speak to Jews, nor does the claim of Jesus as either "rabbi" (by which I understand the title as one having undergone a formal process of education leading to s 'micha) or "prophet" (Hebrew: navi, a term of specificity reserved only for those persons found in the second section of the Torah/Hebrew Bible, Nevi'im--Yishayahu, Yirmiyahu
, Yehezekel, and the Trei Asar).
The Other Within: The Marranos, Split Identity and Emerging Modernity, by Yirmiyahu