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Envisioning Israel
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.11.1996, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Envisioning Israel, Titelzusatz: The Changing Ideals and Images of North American Jews, Redaktion: Allon, Gal, Verlag: Wayne State University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HISTORY // Jewish // Bezug zu Juden und jüdischen Gruppen, Rubrik: Geschichte // Sonstiges, Seiten: 446, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 642 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Envisioning Judaism
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Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2013, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Envisioning Judaism, Titelzusatz: Studies in Honor of Peter Schäfer on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday, Auflage: (2 Bände), Redaktion: Boustan, Ra'anan S. // Herrmann, Klaus // Leicht, Reimund // Reed, Annette Yoshiko // Veltri, Giuseppe, Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K // Mohr Siebeck, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Altertum // Antike // griechisch-römisch // Griechenland // Hellas // Judentum // Christentum // Religion // Literaturwissenschaft // Philosophie // Rom // Staat // Reich // Römer // Römisches Reich // Theologie // Religionsgeschichte // Altes Griechenland // Altes oder Biblisches Israel // Altes Rom // Antike Philosophie // Geschichte der Religion, Rubrik: Judentum, Seiten: 1399, Gewicht: 2402 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Theory, Praxis and Pursuit of Constitutiona...
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This book argues for the use of Old Testament ethical principles in entrenching constitutionalism in democratic Malawi. This posture is against the background of the already existing sections 12 and 13 of Malawi's Constitution which have moral underpinnings. Using the theories of Divine Command and Deontology, the study discusses ten critical Old Testament ethical principles and elucidate why and how they can be used to entrench constitutionalism in Malawi. The study demonstrates that the giving of the law to Israel was God's model for (codified) national constitutions, aiming at envisioning and entrenching constitutionalism through the principle of justice which apparently, is the heartbeat of the Old Testament ethics and morality. Therefore, to some extent, constitutionalism in Malawi can be entrenched by pursuing justice and protecting its integrity. Very relevant is the study's emphasis that the Decalogue is a Magna Carta for human rights and freedoms. Pertinent also is the scriptural analysis which shows that the threefold nature of government is intrinsically theological as the study's findings demonstrate. These Old Testament study findings show that no one, not even the president, is above the law-thus demonstrating limited governmental powers, separation of powers, accountability, respect for human rights, and rule of law where everyone is under the law and correctable by it. The study's original contribution is in its demonstration that Old Testament ethical principles are the foundation of constitutionalism by showing the theological basis of constitutionalism's tenets of limited government, separation of powers, rule of law, human rights, and accountability. Consequently, the original contribution of this study to the academia is its blending of theological and jurisprudential discourse on good governance based on Old Testament ethical principles and moral values in entrenching constitutionalism in Malawi.

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The Theory, Praxis and Pursuit of Constitutiona...
56,99 € *
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This book argues for the use of Old Testament ethical principles in entrenching constitutionalism in democratic Malawi. This posture is against the background of the already existing sections 12 and 13 of Malawi's Constitution which have moral underpinnings. Using the theories of Divine Command and Deontology, the study discusses ten critical Old Testament ethical principles and elucidate why and how they can be used to entrench constitutionalism in Malawi. The study demonstrates that the giving of the law to Israel was God's model for (codified) national constitutions, aiming at envisioning and entrenching constitutionalism through the principle of justice which apparently, is the heartbeat of the Old Testament ethics and morality. Therefore, to some extent, constitutionalism in Malawi can be entrenched by pursuing justice and protecting its integrity. Very relevant is the study's emphasis that the Decalogue is a Magna Carta for human rights and freedoms. Pertinent also is the scriptural analysis which shows that the threefold nature of government is intrinsically theological as the study's findings demonstrate. These Old Testament study findings show that no one, not even the president, is above the law-thus demonstrating limited governmental powers, separation of powers, accountability, respect for human rights, and rule of law where everyone is under the law and correctable by it. The study's original contribution is in its demonstration that Old Testament ethical principles are the foundation of constitutionalism by showing the theological basis of constitutionalism's tenets of limited government, separation of powers, rule of law, human rights, and accountability. Consequently, the original contribution of this study to the academia is its blending of theological and jurisprudential discourse on good governance based on Old Testament ethical principles and moral values in entrenching constitutionalism in Malawi.

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One Land, Two States - Israel and Palestine as ...
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One Land, Two States is a bold restructuring of an idea that remains at the heart of international diplomacy after generations of conflict. A pioneering effort to preserve the two-state solution in Israel and Palestine, the book imagines new paradigms in policy designed to disrupt the turmoil and disharmony that have gripped the region. This groundbreaking book is authored by a group of leading Palestinian and Israeli scholars and officials who deliver an innovative framework for viewing and providing solutions to the region's conflict. 'If the land cannot be shared by geographical division, and if a one-state solution remains unacceptable,' they ask, 'can the land be shared in some other way?' The contributors seek to unravel these questions by examining a utopian world where seemingly irreconcilable constructs allow Israel to remain in the West Bank and maintain its military dominance and security position while Palestinians are given a right of return. By radically transforming the nature and stakes of the Israel-Palestine conflict and envisioning a Jerusalem that is transformed into a capital of full equality and independence, this book explores themes related to security, resistance, sovereignty, diaspora, globalism, religion, and new forms of political and economic power that are not dependent on land ownership. Written to inform policy makers, scholars, and researchers interested in the Middle East and related areas, this book and its solutions and presentation could be used as a practical model for resolution of conflicts worldwide.

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One Land, Two States - Israel and Palestine as ...
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One Land, Two States is a bold restructuring of an idea that remains at the heart of international diplomacy after generations of conflict. A pioneering effort to preserve the two-state solution in Israel and Palestine, the book imagines new paradigms in policy designed to disrupt the turmoil and disharmony that have gripped the region. This groundbreaking book is authored by a group of leading Palestinian and Israeli scholars and officials who deliver an innovative framework for viewing and providing solutions to the region's conflict. 'If the land cannot be shared by geographical division, and if a one-state solution remains unacceptable,' they ask, 'can the land be shared in some other way?' The contributors seek to unravel these questions by examining a utopian world where seemingly irreconcilable constructs allow Israel to remain in the West Bank and maintain its military dominance and security position while Palestinians are given a right of return. By radically transforming the nature and stakes of the Israel-Palestine conflict and envisioning a Jerusalem that is transformed into a capital of full equality and independence, this book explores themes related to security, resistance, sovereignty, diaspora, globalism, religion, and new forms of political and economic power that are not dependent on land ownership. Written to inform policy makers, scholars, and researchers interested in the Middle East and related areas, this book and its solutions and presentation could be used as a practical model for resolution of conflicts worldwide.

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