Representations of Rationality and Morality in the Judaic Tradition

Majka, Wojciech
January 2013
Lublin Studies in Modern Languages & Literature / Lubelskie Mate;2013, Vol. 37, p153
Academic Journal
The article discusses the relationship between morality and rationality with religion pertaining to monotheism, in regards to Judaism.


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