Rotenstreich's phenomenological study will be of great importance for religious scholars as well as for philosophers.
Nathan Rotenstreich (1913-93) was professor of philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was elected to the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and his works include Jews and German Philosophy and Reason and Its Manifestations: A Study of Kant and Hegel.
1: The Approach
2: The Phenomenon of Faith
5: Manifested Guidance
7: Entity, Cognition, and Reality
9: Active Expressions of Faith
10: From Generation to Generation
12: Reflective Articulation
13: The Core
14: Exposition and Identification
15: Negation and Restrained Affirmation