|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-292) and indexes.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Midrashic studies. The eye in the Torah: ocular desire in midrashic hermeneutic ; "This we know to be the carnal Israel": circumcision and the erotic life of God and Israel ; Placing reading: ancient Israel and Medieval Europe ; Take the Bible for example: midrash as literary theory ; The bartered word: Midrash and symbolic economy. -- Diacritical marks. The politics of biblical narratology: reading the Bible like/as a woman ; The subversion of the Jews: Moses's veil and the hermeneutics of supersession ; Épater l'embourgeoisement: Freud, gender, and the (de)colonized psyche ; The Talmud meets church history.
|| This work covers the typological relation of rabbinic Judaism to Christianity, and provides a re-examination, by going back to the roots, of a rabbinic Judaism that would not manifest some of the deleterious social ideologies and practices that modern orthodox Judaism generally does.
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