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Franz Rosenzweig died on December 9, 1929. In accordance with Jewish tradition, the body was placed on the floor with a candle next to it and was covered with a linen cloth. He was buried in a cemetery of the Frankfurt Jewish community, where his…

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During the First World War, Franz Rosenzweig enlisted in the army. While he was serving on the Macedonian front, he began to develop his ideas for a book which he claimed could never be published. To avoid possible death before putting The Star of…

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Nahum N. Glatzer assumed care of the Rosenzweig archives and secured the legacy of his teacher by presenting in English Rosenzweig’s life and thought to an American audience. Glatzer weaves citations from diaries, letters, and memoirs, and provides…
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