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Exclusiveness and tolerance; studies in Jewish-gentile relations in… (1961)

by Jacob Katz

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NO OF PAGES: 200 SUB CAT I: Jewish - Christian Relations SUB CAT II: SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: This book is broken into three parts: Part 1 - The Problem and its Terms of Reference, Part 2 - Some Types and Attitudes in Medieval Times, and Part 3 - From Exclusiveness to Tolerance.NOTES: SUBTITLE: Studies in Jewish-Gentile Relations in Medieval & Modern Times
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The author discusses the changes of attitude on the part of the Jews toward their non-Jewish environment from the middle ages to the Enlightenment. Most of the material has been drawn from the province of Ashkenazi Jewry-- the Jews of Germany and eastern Europe.

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A study of Jewish-Christian relations from medieval times through the eighteenth century. Both Jewish and Christian writers are represented.

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