A Yeshiva Curriculum in Western Literature (Hakirah Book 15)

A Yeshiva Curriculum in Western Literature Hakirah Book This is an article from Hakirah volume Why should observant Jews learn the literature of the West It seems a reasonable question First the greatest cultural achievements of the Chris tian West can

  • Title: A Yeshiva Curriculum in Western Literature (Hakirah Book 15)
  • Author: David P. Goldman
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  • Page: 327
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  • This is an article from Hakirah volume 15 Why should observant Jews learn the literature of the West It seems a reasonable question First, the greatest cultural achievements of the Chris tian West cannot be appreciated in isolation from their religious inspira tion Second, secular notion of a Western high culture has its origins in a sort of idolatry, namely, to makeThis is an article from Hakirah volume 15 Why should observant Jews learn the literature of the West It seems a reasonable question First, the greatest cultural achievements of the Chris tian West cannot be appreciated in isolation from their religious inspira tion Second, secular notion of a Western high culture has its origins in a sort of idolatry, namely, to make out of art a substitute for religion, starting with the German Classic at the end of the 18th century and continuing through the efforts of Matthew Arnold late in the 19th Third, the project itself has failed in his 1995 book The Western Canon, the critic Harold Bloom complains that Western literature no longer can be taught to undergraduates who do not have sufficient background to understand the dialogue among writers of different generations If the Christian West no longer cares about its high culture, why should Jews

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      David Paul Spengler Goldman is an economist, music critic, and author, best known for his series of online essays in the Asia Times under the pseudonym Spengler As a religious Jew, Goldman says that he writes from a Judeo Christian perspective and often focuses on demographic and economic factors in his analyses he says his subject matter proceeds from the theme formulated by Franz Rosenzweig the mortality of nations and its causes, Western secularism, Asian anomie, and unadaptable Islam.

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