Yovel, The Other Within: The Marranos: Split Identity and Emerging Modernity (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009).
(7) Conforme Yirmiyahu
Yovel, "a particularly distinct echo of the Converso [New-Christian] experience resounds from the picaresque novel" (263).
"Ishq, Heshek and Amor Dei Intellectualis." In Ethica V: Amor Dei Intellectualis, Spinoza on Intuitive Knowledge and Beatitude, edited by Yirmiyahu
Yovel and Aaron Garrett.
(27.) See Yirmiyahu
Yovel, "Sublimity and Ressentiment: Hegel, Nietzsche, and the Jews," in Jewish Social Studies 3.3 (July 31, 1997) 1-25.
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
With a literary style that exhibits clarity of purpose interlaced with passion, Yirmiyahu
Yovel supports his thesis with a series of scholarly portraits based on contemporary trial records, personal stories, prayers, customs, and popular poems.
In his commentary on Hegel's Preface, Yirmiyahu
Yovel points out that the uDialectic requires a capacity for memory, that is, interiorization, be it even an unconscious or merely organic interiorization" (Hegel 86).
Daniela's anguished brother-in-law, Yirmiyahu
, whose son was killed six years earlier in the West Bank by "friendly fire," is trying frantically to detach himself from his Jewish, Israeli identity.
. "Kant's Practical Reason as Will: Interest, Recognition, Judgment, and Choice." Review of Metaphysics 52.2 (1998): 267-94.
, The Other Within: The Marranos; Split Identity and Emerging Modernity.
, Kant and the Philosophy of History, Princeton University Press, 1989.
Yovel, "The Infinite Mode and Natural Laws in Spinoza", in Yovel, ed, God and Nature.