By Hyam Maccoby
The topic of anti-Semitism, no longer some time past considered a useless factor, has been revised as a result of the clash among Israel and the Palestinians. Maccoby lines the now topical dialogue of the origins of Anti-Semitism, and particularly its improvement within the smooth global. the most important questions that are addressed include:
- How is it that this medieval prejudice proved so lasting and potent?
- Are the roots of anti-Semitism non secular? if that is so, how do those roots vary in Christianity and Islam?
- By what ability did it bridge the space among medievalism and Enlightenment?
- How was once it that some of the most valuable Enlightenment figures (such as Voltaire) committed as they have been to tolerance and pluralism, retained a virulent anti-Semitism?
These questions, and plenty of extra, are handled as Maccoby explores the roots of the anti-Semitism, tracing it from its origins, and exhibits the way it has replaced according to the transferring rules of the trendy international yet with no altering in its essence.
Antisemitism and Modernity is vital analyzing for people with pursuits within the improvement of anti-Semitism, its manifestation within the present global and its future.
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