Confronting Antisemitism from Perspectives of Philosophy and Social Sciences

Confronting Antisemitism from Perspectives of Philosophy and Social Sciences

Edited by: Armin Lange, Kerstin Mayerhofer, Dina Porat, Lawrence H. Schiffman

The five volumes provide a compendium of the history of and discourse about antisemitism – both as a unique cultural and religious category. Antisemitic stereotypes function as religious symbols that express and transmit a belief system of Jew-hatred, which are stored in the cultural and religious memories of the Western and Muslim worlds. This volume explores the phenomenon from the perspectives of Philosophy and Social Sciences.

Year first published: 2021

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