Volume 5, Number 1
December 2007
   
 

Prayer and Otherness

 
   
 

Guest Editor
Daniel Weiss, University of Virginia

 
 

Managing Editor
Daniel Weiss, University of Virginia

 
 

General Editors
Aryeh Cohen, American Jewish University
Martin Kavka, Florida State University
Shaul Magid, Indiana University/Bloomington

 
 

Founding Editor
Peter Ochs, University of Virginia

 
 
 
 

Table of Contents

 
   
  Introduction Prayer and Otherness
Daniel Weiss
University of Virginia


 
  Primary Essay The (odd) deixis of 'you' in rabbinic prayer
Daniel Weiss
University of Virginia


 
  Response Essays

Thou, so to speak: Dei-xis
Adam Zachary Newton
Yeshiva University

"Adonai, Open My Lips…": Preparing to Pray According to the Vilna Gaon
Shaul Magid
Indiana University/Bloomington

Prayer, pronouns, and reference to God
Michael Walsh Dickey
University of Pittsburgh

Strange Names
William Plevan
Princeton University

Speaking 'You' Theologically: A Response to Daniel Haskell Weiss' "The (odd) deixis of 'you' in rabbinic prayer."
Randi Rashkover
George Mason University

Pragmatic Cataphasis: Plenitude and Caution in Morning Prayer (Taking up Daniel Weiss' Challenge)
Peter Ochs
University of Virginia


 
  General Essays

Liturgical Ethics in Cohen's Religion of Reason
Steven Kepnes
Colgate University

"On a word and a prayer": Education, Prayer, and the Affirmation of Faith
Claire Katz
Texas A&M University


 
  Afterword Three Paradoxes of Prayer
Daniel Weiss
University of Virginia


 
 
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