Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 1 of 1 items for :

  • physical tests x
  • Jewish History x
Clear All
Open access

Jonathan Boyarin and Martin Land

degradation scenario, such Jewish modelings might be found or at least adapted, and how they might help us think and talk about our shared Jewish and human future. Second , to find rigorous language (philosophical and/or physical) to think about the temporal nature of the degradation emplotment, beyond the ironic reversal of rhetorics of progress (including the ironic positing of a steady and as it were “natural” or inevitable decline), and also beyond the mourning-inflected posteriority of the post-catastrophic condition. Remarkably, the history of “catastrophe” in early