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The Jewish Mind

The Jewish Mind - Patai, Raphael - Régikönyvek
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Kiadó:
Charles Scribner's Sons
Kiadás éve:
1977
Kiadás helye:
New York
ISBN:
0684163217
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
624
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 14.00cm, Magasság: 20.00cm
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PREFACE XIII

PART I. PRELIMINARIES

1. Some Introductory Questions and Answers 3
j. What Is Meant by Group Mind? 3
2. Why Should the Jewish Mind Differ from the Gentile
Mind?
3. What Are the Causes of Jewish Diversity?
4. Why Is There Intra-Community Variance?
.5. Which Were the Major External Influences upon the
Jewish Mind? 6
6. What Is the Essence of jewishness? 8
7. Are There Constants in the Jewish Mind? 12
8. Is There Such a Thing as Global Jewish Influence? 12

2. Who Is a Jew? 15

3. Ethnohistory and Inner History 28

PART II. SIX GREAT HISTORIC ENCOUNTERS

4. Israel and Canaan 42
I. The Language 42
2. Ethnic Antagonisrn 44
3. The Religiou.s Influence 46
4. The Lanting Effects 50
.5. Israelite Iconography 53

5. Jews and Hellenes 57
1. The Reappearance of Aranwic 57
2. The Hellenistic Sweep 59


3. Jewish Separatism 61
4. The Lure of "Greek Wisdom- 62
5. Greek and Latin in the Talmud 63
6. The Archeological Evidence
7. The Problern of Jewish lconography 67
8. The Cherubim and the Menora 74
9. F ormal Borrowing 75
10. The Apocrypha 77
11.- Tannaitic Literature 80
12. The Bible in Greek 81
13. Historiography and Fictionalized History 83
14. Philosophy 85
15. Apologetics 89
16. Why No Science? 92
17. Conclusion 94

6. Hebrew Arabesque 96
1. The Dhimmis 96
2. Arabization and the Use of Romance 99
3. The Eastern Prelude 104
4. The Move tv the West 107
.5. Hebrew Linguistics 109
6. Poetry and Swagger 113
7. The Breakthrough ints Science 122
8. Philosophy: Faith and Arrogance 126
. 9. Kabbala and Hinduisin 134

7. The Renaissance Jew 152
1. The Jews of Italy 152
2. The Sephardim in Italy 153
3. The Pre-Renaissance South 155
4. The Dawn of the Renaissance 156
5. The'New Culture 158
6. Medicine and Magic 159
7. The World Of the Arts 161
8. Críme, Gambling, and Sports 163
9. Semmi License 164
_ 10. The Position of Women 165
11. Lit eracy and Education 166
12. Learning and Literatui-e 167


CONTENTS ix

13. Religious Laxity 171
14. Between Jews and Christians 173
15. Cultural Synthesis 175

8. Jewish Dionysians: The Hasidim 180
I. Hasidism as Seen by Its Historians 181
2. The Gentile Religious Environment 182
3. The Jews of East Europe in the Eíghteenth Century 188
4. The BeShT--Peasant Prophet 191
5. Dionysian Features in Hasidisrn 196
6. Other Gentile Influences and Parallels 206
7. The Jeurishness of Hasidism 217

9. Enlightenment: Triumph and Tragedy 222
1. Introductory 222
2. The Forerunners 224
3. Dutch Interlude 229
4. The (Helping) Hamis of Esau 234
.5. The Voice of Jacob 241
6. Women and the Salons 246
7. Outer Opposition: Anti-Sernitism 250
8. Inner Opposition: Orthodoxy 253
9. The Problem of Nationalism 258
10. Jews of the East and the West 265
11. In Sununary 271

10. The Trend of Millennia 275

PART III. JOURNEY INTO THE JEWISH MIND

11. Jewish Intelligence 287
1. What Is Intelligence? 287
2. What Is the I.Q.? 289
3. The Findings 292
4. What Coes into the 294
5. What Is the Meaning tő Group Differences in the I.Q.? 296
6. Brain Damage: Nutritional and Sociogenic 298
7. The Jetvish Home Environment 302
8. Hereditary Factors " 304
9. Intra-Jewish Differences 306


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12. Giftedness and Genius 315
1. Medieval Scholarship 316
2. Post-Enlightenment Upsurge and Reaction 318
3. The Terman Study 321
4. Early Views of Jewish Preerninence 324
5. Fritz Lenz and Rabbi Dreyfüss 327
6. Marginality and Eminence 331
7. A Factor Ana/ysis of Jewish Excellence 335
8. The Jewish Nobel Prize Record 339

13. Special Talents 343
1. -Three Basic Questions 343
2. The "Semites"; or, The Desert and Mónotheism 347
3. Views of Jewish Talents 352
4. Painting and Sculpture 355
5. Architecture 360
6. Music 362
7. Literature 367

14. Personality and Character 372
1. The Problem of the "Jewish Personality" 372
2. Historical and Modern Views 375
3. Two Special Cases: Sephardim and Italian Jew,s 380
4. Variance 384
5. Profile of the American Jew 388
6. Intensity, Sen.sitivity, and Impatience 391
7. Calut-Jew, Sabra, and Kibbutznik 394
8. Religiosity and Identity 397

15. Health: Physical and Mental 408
1. Physical Health 408
2.- Mental Health 413
3. "Un the Fence" 428

16. Three Problem Areas: Alcoholism, Overeating,
and Drug Addiction 433
1. Alcoholisnz 433
2. Overeating and Obesity 447
3. ,Drug Addiction 453


17. Jewish Self-Hate 456
I. nrasitism 456
2. Collective Cadt and Collective Excellence 460
3. Sephardi Pride and Prejudice 463
4. A Miscellany af Critics 465
5. The French Infection 471
6. Between East and West in Israel 477
7. The New Lej 479

18. The World of Values 481
1. The Family 483
2. An Excursus on Sex 497
3. Education 509
4. Charity 524

19. Conclusion 534

NOTES 541

INDEX 593


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